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Toptree™ and Docmail

Docmail has now linked with Toptree to allow YOU to plant trees in the UK to replace paper that you have used. If you just include a small Toptree imprint on your mailing, then Toptree will plant twice as many trees as were used to make the paper in the first place (n.b. all Toptree paper also comes from sustainably managed forests).

Including the Toptree imprint not only qualifies your mailing for the Toptree scheme, but also lets people know that the paper used was sustainably produced and supports active woodland regeneration in the UK.

There are a range of imprints below to choose from...

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       Download Toptree Imprint 1 (right click 'Save Target as...')

 

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       Download Toptree Imprint 2 (right click 'Save Target as')

 

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       Download Toptree Imprint 3 (right click 'Save Target as)

Find out about Toptree
 

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Toptree plants trees to replace the trees used to make paper.

Toptree plants twice as many trees in the UK as were originally used to make the paper products that carry the Toptree logo. All Toptree supported products are made from paper sourced from sustainably maintained forests. Many companies try to reduce their environmental impact by reducing their paper usage and using recycled paper.  However, with the environmental challenges we face today, conservation is not enough. We need restoration. The Toptree Initiative plants trees in the UK in conjunction with the Woodland Trust to regenerate UK woodland for all to enjoy.

If you want to help plant even more trees, just enter the code number that you have received on a Toptree supported product in the code box on the Toptree web site (new window). For every 10 codes received, Toptree will plant an additional tree. You will be given the opportunity to receive a certificate of planting should you achieve this.

To find out more, visit:
www.toptree.com
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