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Employees of Beremytske Nature Park planted 300 trees under support of Raben Ukraine


On April 9, 2020, representatives of the Beremytske Nature Park in Chernihiv region planted 300 trees for Raben Ukraine. Due to the epidemiological threat, the volunteers of Raben Ukraine and their families, unfortunately, were not able to participate in the action. The help was offered and provided by the Beremytske Nature Park. Tree planting was carried out with strict observance of all safety measures by the park staff, including the recommended by the Ministry of Health distance between them. This is an initiative carried out as part of the e-invoice = higher culture campaign promoting electronic invoices.

“COVID-19 has a negative impact on the world economy and daily life. It has forced us to reorganize all operating processes with the aim to ensure our employees and partners are safe and protected. But even in such a challenging time we shouldn’t stop taking care of our planet.We are glad that we were able to make a worthy contribution into the life of future generations”, – comments Inna Ocheretna, CEO of Raben Ukraine.

The e-invoice = higher culture campaign, which presupposes rejection of paper documents, is a long-standing initiative of Raben Group. It has been implemented since 2014. To date, nearly 16,000 trees have been planted. Raben Ukraine introduced this practice in 2020.

This time within the initiative 300 lindens have been planted. This is the number of clients/subcontractors who have joined e-invoice = higher culture program in 2019. One seedling was planted for each customer/subcontractor who abandoned paper bills in favour of electronic ones.

Linden is a durable tree. The lifespan of a linden can reach 200 years. The decayed leaves of the linden, decomposing in the soil, improve its fertile and structural characteristics. In addition, expanding the plantation of this kind of trees as an excellent honey plant significantly strengthens the honey bee base. It also has a positive effect on the population of bumble bees and other beneficial insects.

Among other things, it is expected that during their lifecycle the trees will neutralize 210 tonnes of CO2.