Hobs Repro Partnership to Help Clients Offset Their Carbon Footprint

Hobs Repro Partnership to Help Clients Offset Their Carbon Footprint

Nowadays, architects, property developers and construction companies are embracing more environmentally conscious workflows in an effort to be more mindful of their environmental impact. The Hobs Group have also made some important decisions which highlights their own green credentials.

As part of Hobs commitment to the environment they proudly boast an ISO 14001 accreditation (Environmental Management Systems), as well as the ability to internally produce and deliver a complete FSC accredited project. Furthermore, Hobs’ recent partnership with PrintReleaf is their next big commitment to reducing their environmental impact.

“The environmental impact that any business makes should be taken very seriously, and this is such an exciting partnership and an opportunity which every client of Hobs can feel equally as proud of. The work that we print on our clients’ behalf is being of proactive help to the future of our planet,” noted Craig Horwood, Managing Director of Hobs.

PrintReleaf is the first automated platform that converts paper consumption into planting actual trees in aid of global reforestation. Based on a theme of “you print one, we’ll plant one,” PrintReleaf leverages Hobs’ paper usage and equates the number of trees needed to reforest that usage on an equivalent basis, in geographic areas of need. To date they have helped to plant over 1,400 trees in Mexico, Madagascar and Ireland. Hobs’ clients can also get involved in this partnership by creating their own personalised company dashboard, and help to collectively plant even more trees.

“Now more than ever customers are seeking new and innovative ways to be more mindful and sustainable in their operations and purchasing decisions – including printing. PrintReleaf is proud to partner with the Hobs Group to ensure their delivery of print management and commercial print for all of their customers is certifiably reforested and, as a result, lightening the impact on the environment now and for future generations,” added Jordan Darragh, CEO of PrintReleaf.


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