SGS College is proud to announce a significant milestone in its commitment to sustainability. Since joining the PrintReleaf Exchange on January 5, 2021, the College has offset the equivalent of 9,093,331 total standard pages of paper consumption, contributing to the reforestation of 1,091 standard trees.
Recognising the environmental impact of paper consumption, SGS College took a proactive step towards sustainability by becoming part of the PrintReleaf Exchange. This innovative platform allows organisations to measure their paper usage and, in turn, support reforestation projects worldwide.
SGS College remains committed to sustainable practices and recognizes the importance of reducing its environmental impact. By participating in the PrintReleaf Exchange, the college aligns its values with a global movement to address deforestation and promote responsible paper use.
Principal, Sarah-Jane Watkins comments:
"At SGS College, we believe in the power of education to inspire positive change, and that includes our commitment to environmental sustainability. Joining the PrintReleaf Exchange is a tangible step towards reducing our ecological footprint, and we are proud to contribute to the reforestation of over 1,000 trees. This achievement reflects our dedication to fostering a sustainable future for our students and the planet."