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The Branch is a conversational e-newsletter that is very well received from our growing mailing list. It covers a range of (hopefully) interesting topics from meeting HRH Prince Charles through to updates in how Teaghlach Wood is progressing.
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City Cabs going green!

Written on September 25, 2012 at 13:13, by

City Cabs going Green with Trees4Scotland City Cabs today announced a three year partnership with Trees4Scotland to offset the carbon footprint of their 355 strong black cab fleet. The offset will take the form of trees planted within native woodland  Continue Reading »

Solar PV Installed by Maximillion

Written on September 5, 2012 at 12:11, by

144 Solar PV panels have been installed on Maximillion’s warehouse

 It might be the wettest quarter on record but that’s not dampened Maximillion’s spirit for installing an ambitious array of solar panels on the warehouse roof of our Edinburgh office.  144 solar pv panels were installed and commissioned in July creating a 36kw system projected to generate 25,000kWh of electricity each year. The system is connected to the grid so what every generated electricity we don’t use will be sold back to the grid.  Maximillion’s current consumption is just 10,000 kWh pa and so we will now be a net contribute to the grid.

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Thanks Cullen Properties!

Written on June 29, 2012 at 06:52, by

No matter what industry a business is in, each will have an impact on the environment. At Cullen Property, they are well aware that responsibilities stretch beyond their offices and company vehicles to the 300+ properties that they manage in  Continue Reading »

We’re going green(er) with Trees4Scotland

Written on June 29, 2012 at 06:47, by

We’re joining Trees4Scotland with the ambitious goal to offset the carbon footprint of all of our managed flats. We’re well aware that every business does have an impact on the environment and needs to work on minimising it. Trees4Scotland seemed  Continue Reading »

Cullen Property Teams up with Trees4Scotland

Written on June 14, 2012 at 14:10, by

Edinburgh property managers join Trees4Scotland initiative to lower carbon footprint  Edinburgh property investment and lettings managers Cullen Property have teamed up with Trees4Scotland’s initiative to help plant hundreds of native Scottish trees in Teaghlach Wood in Central Scotland.  They are  Continue Reading »

A Message from Ruth at Aviat Networks

Written on May 3, 2012 at 09:16, by

Aviat Networks are the happy recipients of trees planted for them by Datec Technologies to offset the carbon footprints created by shipments of recyclable goods.  Ruth from Aviat came to visit the Datec Forest and plant a few trees with  Continue Reading »

Edinburgh Rugby coaches draw our winners

Written on May 2, 2012 at 16:09, by

We are delighted to announce the two winners of our prize draw that was taking entries at the recent Outdoor Pursuits Show.  As one of the prizes is two tickets to Edinburgh Rugby v Treviso this coming Saturday we asked  Continue Reading »

Outdoor Pursuits Show

Written on May 2, 2012 at 15:59, by

Trees4Scotland were delighted to make lots of new friends at the recent Outdoor Pursuits Show at the Royal Highland Centre.   The show was an opportunity for lots of organisations associated with the great outdoors to show off their wares. Angus  Continue Reading »

The Scotsman Publications – supporting our trees!

Written on March 6, 2012 at 14:37, by

We are delighted to announce that The Scotsman Publications which include The Scotsman, The Edinburgh Evening News and The Scotland on Sunday, are now actively backing Trees4Scotland in our quest to plant more trees here at home in Scotland.
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Edinburgh Airport Launches Environmental Fund

Written on January 26, 2012 at 12:24, by

Scotland’s Native Woodlands to Benefit from Money Raised from the Drop Off Zone  26 January 2012, Edinburgh – Edinburgh Airport today announces the launch of its Environmental Fund, < a charitable initiative to support projects in the wider Edinburgh and  Continue Reading »

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