Plant-a-Tree - Triple Glazing Australia + Carbon Neutral
TRIPLE GLAZING AUSTRALIA LOVE TO PLANT-A-TREE!
ABOUT OUR TREES
We specialise in biodiverse conservation plantings using trees and shrubs that are native to the region. Our trees sequester carbon, help reduce soil salinity, help combat wind and water erosion, enhance biodiversity and restore habitat for native animals.
Planting trees also provides local employment, supports local business, and may contribute to increased rainfall.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Companies, such as Triple Glazing Australia, maximise the Plant-a-Tree program in that - they plant 1,000 trees for every new project.
Together with our many architect and builders clients; we simply want to plant trees and let the world know our intent on helping benefit the Australian environment.
Our love of Tree planting demonstrates a real commitment to the environment and to our clients. It is positive and cost-effective environmental action.
THIS IS AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST REVEGETATION PROJECT BASED ON CARBON CAPTURE AND BIODIVERSITY
The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor is located in Western Australia's northern agricultural region approximately 400 km north of Perth.
The Corridor features diverse ancient landscapes, from heavily weathered forming sandplains to heavier, more fertile red brown clay loams. The landscape once supported extensive woodlands of York gum and Salmon gum.
The ancient Yarra Yarra drainage line flows intermittently from the east to the Yarra Yarra Lakes near Three Springs. Most of the lakes and channels are saline, some naturally and some because of the massive clearing of the Wheatbelt, which has led to rising hypersaline groundwater tables.