Sustainability For Business
Transco Business Technologies is now offering PrintReleaf. This app will measure your paper consumption in realtime and then automatically offset through reforestation projects across the planet.
Track and Measure Consumption
Paper is automatically measured and trees are releafed across reforestation projects on a monthly basis.
Select Your Reforestation Project
Choose from a global list of reforestation projects in need, including Brazil, Madagascar, Ethiopia, and more.
Promote Your Environmental Impact
View your forest impact while promoting your PrintReleaf project through Facebook and Twitter.
How it Works
PrintReleaf measures your company's paper consumption and connects you to reforestation projects around the world.
The PrintReleaf App measures paper consumption through a technology integration with popular MPS print monitoring software applications that capture the required paper usage data (meter data) that drives the PrintReleaf service.
Every sheet of paper a customer consumes will be reforested at a rate of 8,333 sheets of standard letter (8.5 x 11" x 20lb paper) per tree (40 ft height x 7 in width).
Paper is automatically measured and trees are automatically releafed across PrintReleaf Certified Global Reforestation Projects on a monthly basis to continually offset your environmental impact.
Benefits of PrintReleaf
Measure Your Impact
PrintReleaf has already measured 32 million-plus pages and releafed more than 3,800 trees.
With PrintReleaf, you can "releaf" (reforest) your paper consumption by planting the amount of new trees equivalent to paper used at global reforestation sites of your choice. Through PrintReleaf's integration with Global Forest Watch, a platform hosted by the World Resources Institute, explore heat map technology that represents forest loss and gain across the globe, indicating which areas on the planet needs trees most.
After selecting where they want their paper releafed, customers can use their online portal to track the evolution, growth, and survival of their trees over an approximate eight-year time frame for each tree.