Did you know that the average home’s carbon emissions equals 67 trees every year?
When the ecoMaster team learned how much the average household carbon footprint add up to every year, we decided to take the amazing work we do even further, to be absolutely sure that we’re taking responsibility for our eco footprint.
So, we enlisted the help of Fifteen Trees to take us beyond the home and into the garden, planting hundreds of trees every year.
Here’s what we came up with: Four questions, two minutes, one tree.
For all of our clients who take the time to answer four questions about their experience with us, we’re planting a tree on your behalf.
This means that when you take two minutes to answer these four questions, you’re not only helping us to make our products and services even better, you’re also doing a little extra for the planet … you don’t even have to lift a finger and it doesn’t cost you a thing.
How does it work?
We’ve partnered with Fifteen Trees, a fantastic tree-planting organisation who plants thousands of trees to help people around Australia and New Zealand to offset their carbon emissions. They also work to rejuvenate areas in need, including those areas impacted by the Black Saturday bushfires.
To date, Fifteen Trees has planted 114,920 native trees in coordination with other organisations and partner communities. On the other hand, ecoMaster has helped plant over a thousand trees since we started this tree-planting project with Fifteen Trees in 2015.
When we receive any feedback, we enlist the help of Fifteen Trees to plant a tree on your behalf. Trees are planted by school groups and organisations like Landcare, so it’s a great initiative where everyone benefits.
Horsham PS students with teachers, the CMA and Landcare staff
Check the information on the back of your energy bills and allow 3.73 trees per tonne of greenhouse gas to restore the balance. If you don’t want to get your hands dirty, don’t worry, Fifteen Trees can do it for you!
How do you restore the balance?
Let us know below! Who knows, you might inspire somebody to make a difference for the planet too.