ECi to Offset Carbon with TWP

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ECi to Offset Carbon with TWP

ECi Software Solutions (ECi) has recently joined with Trees, Water & People (TWP) to offset carbon emissions and help combat global warming by planting trees.  This partnership is part of ECi’s new “Going Green” initiative; an effort to help both ECi and their clients decrease their carbon footprint.

ECi has pledged to plant 10 trees with TWP for every $1,000 in new business related to their delivery management software, RoutePerfect™ and RouteTrak™.  These products help companies with delivery operations reduce their carbon footprint through paperless invoicing, route optimization, reduced fuel usage, and reduced vehicle maintenance.

With this generous donation, TWP will plant trees in Central America, continuing our ongoing efforts to help communities protect and conserve their threatened natural resources.  With every five trees planted, ECi will be able to offset approximately one ton of their carbon emissions, greatly reducing their impact on the environment.

“We are very excited about our partnership with Trees, Water & People,” stated Nathan Green, ECi’s Relationship Development Manager.  “Through our tree planting initiative with TWP, ECi is leading the way as a model to show that being good corporate stewards of the environment does not require sunk cost in your business. Reduce your company’s carbon footprint, increase profits and plant trees to ensure a better environment for future generations…what more could you ask for?”

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Trees, Water & People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to developing sustainable community-based conservation solutions.

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