Wed, Nov

PrintReleaf updates its reforestation standard

PrintReleaf has evolved its reforestation standard, which outlines operational, financial, and organisational requirements for PrintReleaf global forestry partners.
PrintReleaf creates a global sustainability standard by certifiably guaranteeing to re-leaf the paper consumption of PrintReleaf customers. Its founder and CEO Jordan Darragh said: "Recently we marked the culmination of a year-long collaboration with the University of Colorado Masters of the Environment Program, resulting in the PrintReleaf Standard, version 2.0. The primary additions include new detailed methodologies for PrintReleaf field audits, including drone photography and videography. The PrintReleaf Standard is an open and public document established by leading print and forestry experts. It outlines the minimum requirements for certification as a PrintReleaf global forestry partner, as well as the verification process to ensure survivability of all newly planted forests. In addition, the PrintReleaf Standard also defines third party audit and verification processes, which are administered by SGS International. The PrintReleaf reforestation standard ensures that the viability and survivability of trees planted by PrintReleaf global forestry partners is accurate and authentic. Version 2.0 of the PrintReleaf reforestation standard is available for review on the PrintReleaf website, www.printreleaf.com."

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