PrintReleaf has announced a new certified global reforestation partnership providing customers with the ability to reforest their paper consumption in North America. With this agreement, PrintReleaf users can now select reforestation services in the United States, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Ireland, India, and Madagascar. This first US based PrintReleaf reforestation location is on the Oglala Lakota Pine Ridge Native American Indian Reservation – the eighth largest reservation in the United States, encompassing 3468 square miles.
Announcing the new partnership, PrintReleaf founder and CEO Jordan Darragh, commented: ‘In response to significant PrintReleaf customer demand for reforestation services in the United States, we are pleased to help the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota restore the woodlands on the reservation. PrintReleaf customers can select from reforestation sites on five different continents around the world.’
PrintReleaf creates a global sustainability standard by certifiably guaranteeing to ‘releaf’ the paper consumption of customers.