carbon emissions INITIATIVE
TREE SAPPLINGS BEING PREPARED FOR PLANTING

According to the Air Transport Action Group, annually the global aviation industry produces over 915 million tonnes of Carbon emissions world wide

As an Aviation Services Provider, HEVILIFT has identified multiple opportunities to make meaningful change in relation to it’s Carbon Emissions.

This has led to the establishment of an environmental plan, with the goal to offset carbon output contributing to a greener future.

ONE OF THE EMPTY FIELDS WHERE SAPPLINGS ARE BEING PLANTED

HEVILIFT’s environmental plan consists of multiple initiatives, the largest being the Papua New Guinea tree planting project. Partnering with local business’, the aim is to plant 80,000 native trees, offsetting the emissions generated through our activities. 

This initiative is also providing benefits for the local community in terms of revenue and employment. 

THE FIRST TREE PLANTED IN THE PROJECT

 Launched in November 2020, the project is planting approximately 1,000 trees per month in natural habitat. Ensuring no rainforest or animal habitat destruction, or disruption to wildlife, or the local population. 

HEVILIFT has recognised that tree planting is only the beginning and is committed to a wide ranging environmental initiative throughout the organisation.  

Other Noteworthy Initiatives Include;

Paperless Departments

HEVILIFT companies are transitioning to paperless operations, relying on technology instead. Saving up to 155,000 sheets of paper or 19 trees per year. 

Power
Providers

HEVILIFT companies are utilsiing electricity suppliers who plant trees to combat carbon emissions. To cover our usage, up the 875 trees were planted last year. 

Internal Packaging

HEVILIFT Group is ensuring all logistics shipments are packaged and protected with recycled paper and cardboard. Saving up to 21 trees per year. 

Green Search Engine

HEVILIFT has adopted an Internet Search Engine that uses revenue to assist tree planting. Our search activities have helped plant over 105 million trees. 

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