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Green Pledge from CSG helps World Land Trust save tropical forests

17 February, 2009 - 11:34 -- World Land Trust
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World Land Trust (WLT) corporate supporters, Cleansing Service Group (CSG) has made a green pledge to help preserve threatened tropical forests.

CSG is one of the UK's largest privately owned waste management groups and its customers include energy giant EDF Energy.

CSG has chosen to stand firm on environmental policies during the recession and by pledging regular donations to the WLT the company is making an invaluable contribution to the Trust's work, by helping WLT plan for the future. The Trust's CEO, John Burton said: "We believe it's important to work with companies to improve their environmental accountability, and CSG's contribution is another example of how the business world is taking threats to the planet very seriously. We are extremely grateful to them for their support which demonstrates real commitment to the environment."

CSG managing director Paul Quigley said: "Sustainable waste management has become a key factor in environmental protection and we accept we have a responsibility for protecting the natural environment as a priority. Transporting waste by road is inevitably a major part of our work. Linking with the World Land Trust in this way not only helps mitigate unavoidable carbon emissions created by our contract with EDF Energy but helps save some of the world's most critical habitats and their endangered species, too."

Read the press release in full on the CSG website

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