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Eden Springs Helps Customers to Lower Their Environmental Impact

Eden Springs Helps Customers to Lower Their Environmental Impact
December 23
09:26 2014

Europe’s leading workplace drinks provider, Eden Springs, has offset over 184,000 tons of CO2 since 2010 – the equivalent of nearly 378,000 economy-class flights from London to New York.

Eden Springs’ carbon offsetting achievement, calculated as part of its 2014 annual assessment and certification with the CarbonNeutral Company, is a key aspect of the company’s commitment to supporting its environmental responsibilities.

By choosing to source certified Carbonneutral® office water and coffee solutions from Eden Springs, businesses can lower their own environmental impact and contribute to collective action to help mitigate global climate change.

Eden Springs has been working since 2010 to voluntarily measure and reduce their emissions to net zero. For every ton of carbon emitted, a carbon credit is purchased and offset in environmental projects. This year, Eden has chosen to invest in a project that not only positively impacts the environment through the removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, but also produces measureable economic results in the surrounding community. The award-winning Meru and Nanyuki Community Reforestation Project, based near the slopes of Mt. Kenya, supports mass tree planting, with more than 6.6 million trees planted to date.

Raanan Zilberman, CEO of Eden Springs, comments: “We’re proud to maintain carbon neutral certification across our operations in Europe. We’re committed to finding the best ways to streamline our impact by investing into projects such as carbon offsetting. By choosing an Eden Springs water or coffee solution for their office, our customers can be reassured not only of a high quality experience for their employees and clients, but also that they are contributing positively to their own environmental and social responsibilities.”

Eden Springs is focused on achieving carbon neutrality for its products across all its markets. Headquartered in Switzerland, Eden Springs provides high-level service to an installed client base of more than 650,000 throughout 15 countries. Solutions include a broad range of stand-alone bottle-fed water coolers, point-of-use plumbed-in water coolers and small pack bottles, as well as hot beverages solutions including coffee machines, high quality coffee, tea and other accessories. Eden Springs has more than 2200 employees and manages a distribution network across the continent, including production facilities, branches and service vehicles.

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