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February 1, 2021

EthOss branches out with new tree-planting initiative

EthOss Regeneration Ltd is set to embark on a new charitable initiative in February, planting a tree for every ten boxes of EthOss® sold throughout the month.

The firm will be donating towards the National Trust’s Plant a Tree programme, which aims to plant 20 million trees over the next ten years, to create beautiful green spaces for people and wildlife to thrive.

The initiative also supports EthOss’s work to meet the UN’s 17 sustainability goals. In particular, goal 15, to: ‘Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.’

Dr Paul Harrison, managing director at EthOss Regeneration, said: “We are very proud to launch this new initiative, planting a tree for every ten boxes of EthOss sold throughout February.

“It’s a great way for us to give back to the environment and for our customers to know they are contributing towards a greener future by choosing to work with us.

“The National Trust’s work to plant 20 million trees over the next ten years is inspiring. Trees have a vital role in reducing carbon emissions and creating new habitats for wildlife. We’re proud to be playing a small part in this and we’re sure our customers will be excited about this important cause, too.”

The introduction of EthOss’s tree planting initiative follows two charitable donations made by the company in December 2020.

EthOss donated to both Fare Share UK and UNICEF, both charities working to fight the food poverty crisis.

Dr Harrison added: “We believe as a responsible company we have an important role to play in supporting charities and community appeals that make a difference in the world, be it through donations or by raising awareness of the issues they aim to tackle.

“We’re looking forward to seeing our charitable work quite literally taking root in 2021 and will be keeping our customers updated on the difference the initiative is making to this vital cause.”