Packaging Supplier Davpack Make Huge Progress in its Efforts for Going Green
The colours of the company's logo aren't the only things that mix to make green with Davpack's ever-growing eco-range and donation to The Eden Reforestation Project.
The Eden Reforestation Project was conceptualised in 2005, it has since aided countless countries including Kenya, Indonesia, Madagascar, and Nepal with reforesting their agriculture. The organisation expresses how 'deforestation is a global phenomenon caused by a variety of factors ranging from large-scale slash and burn practices to unsustainable agriculture to daily community forest destruction'. Often, local families destroy their environment to survive, but this only helps with short-term resolutions, in the later stages of deforestation, detrimental effects can occur such as flooding, erosion, desertification, and environmental devastation. The partnership between Davpack, the rest of the TAKKT Group and the Eden Reforestation Project enables people living in extreme poverty to begin to afford daily necessities like food, shelter, clothing, and medicine. ERP uses an 'Employ to Plant' methodology to benefit members in the local communities where they plant, as it is essential to work alongside local villages and communities to achieve a successful and longstanding reforestation effort.
Recently, the UK Government announced a target to recycle 65% of municipal waste by 2035 as part of its efforts to tackle waste. The Circular Economy Package, which has now been published, also aims to have no more than 10% of municipal waste going to landfill by 2035. Davpack alongside thousands of other companies is helping with these sustainable efforts with their eco-packaging range which is continuously growing and improving. The replanting of trees, assistance in re-employment within third world countries, and environmentally sound alternatives that customers can reuse or recycle on their own terms mean that Davpack is making huge strides in its sustainable and eco-friendly journey.
'Helping to look after our environment and help people in the process'