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New fun and engaging content is added each week. Learning through activities such as taking a pledge, quizzing, watching a video or reading a blog is both informative and rewarding.
Blog - Back to nature: forget plastics, the future is bamboo
This week, to mark the International Day of Forests on Saturday 21st March, we’re thinking about that marvel of the natural world, bamboo. Not only do bamboo forests make fine locations for sword fights, its fast-growing, endlessly self-replenishing wood can be used as a sustainable replacement for polluting plastic.
Understanding people are motivated differently
Through participating in green actions, members can reward themselves and others.
Here's just some of the ways our members have spent their Greenredeem points:
Supporting good causes
Local & national donations
Greenredeem members can donate their points to help the local good causes, schools or national charities. Over the last 10 years we have helped raise support and funding for projects big and small.
Projects funded: 232
Points donated: 79.2 million
Grants made: £165,000
Boosting the local economy
With over 500 national and local partners already signed up, Greenredeem is a great way to advertise your business for free. By offering a small incentive, this can really drive sales and increase footfall to your store or website.
Rewards ordered: 1.18 million
Money generated in the local economy:
Turning points into prizes
Every month we give our members the chance to win prizes using their points earned from taking action. From iPads to TV's, hotels to experience days we have rewarded our members in 100's of different ways.
Prizes given away: 4,800
Prize draw entries: 1.9 million
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Achievements, awards and featured press
We're lucky enough to have been recognised across the industry for the work that we've done in motivating people to recycle more and waste less. Some organisations that have recognised our work include:
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If you’d like to know more about how we can help you achieve your environmental objectives, then why not get in touch?