Version One pledges to plant more than 400 trees in 2012

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Version One's sixth year of tree planting will bring the total number of trees planted across the UK to almost 4,000. Wilmslow-based document management and imaging software author, Version One, has pledged to plant over 400 trees in 2012. The trees are being planted in partnership with Tree Appeal, a charity which plants trees to promote biodiversity, create new habitats and improve the environment.

Version One has pledged to plant over 400 trees in sustainable forests throughout the UK and in school and college grounds across the North West. This will mark the sixth year that Version One has been planting trees as part of its green initiative, bringing the total number of trees planted since 2006 to nearly 4,000.

Julian Buck, Managing Director of Version One says, "Our tree planting initiative is an intrinsic part of our green agenda, which naturally lends itself to our document management software solutions. We pride ourselves on providing software that cuts paper use, enabling organisations to operate more efficiently whilst being environmentally responsible."

Ken Whitley, Managing Director from Tree Appeal says, "It's clear that being green is a core part of Version One's ethos and the company's continued dedication to planting trees demonstrates that it is green in its actions, as well as its words."

The Version One tree plantings in 2012 will help to create wildlife habitats, secure biodiversity and provide an interactive environmental learning resource for pupils in the North West.


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