250 Trees planted for Breville Australia

250 Trees planted for Breville Australia

Since July 2021, B2B Technologies (B2BT) has teamed up with 15trees to plant trees on behalf of our customers. Each time a customer signs up with us, a tree or number of trees would be planted.

As the initiative has gained some traction, especially with customers becoming more interested and wanting to plant more trees, we have been able to plant 550 trees so far. Our goal is to plant 1000 by the end of 2022.

We are so excited to announce that Breville Australia will now have 250 trees planted in their name.

Breville Australia is a world leader in kitchen and home appliances. Founded in 1932, Breville has become a household name, known for its innovative designs and high-quality products, with a presence in over 70 countries.

Since partnering with B2BT, Breville has been supplied a range of solutions, including printers, scanning software, professional headsets, visitor management solution and much more.

“Our extensive partnership with B2B Technologies has allowed us to become involved in this initiative, and really give back to the environment in a new way,” says Sophie Natale​​,

Sustainability Specialist at Breville Australia.

Their trees will be planted around Australia, organised by 15trees; a company that helps individuals and businesses reduce their carbon footprint and combat the effects of climate change through sponsoring Australian community tree planting projects.

We will be providing native trees to NSW community groups for their planting projects. The trees are a mixture of eucalyptus and acacia species, indigenous to the district in which they are planted. They are sourced from local native nurseries.

Some of our most recent tree planting projects were in the Daintree in Queensland, Warrnambool on the West Coast of Victoria, and before that in Tasmania and New South Wales.

Planting trees benefits the environment in many ways.

According to World Vision Australia, “As trees grow, they absorb carbon dioxide (CO2), a major greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. When communities plant trees they can help to reduce the impacts of climate change in their local area and around the world.”.

Additionally, trees provide wildlife with habitat, create green corridors, improve biodiversity and soil health, help reverse the effects of erosion and rising water tables and provide shade and beauty to our open spaces.