Sustainability is part of the Provamel-DNA. Not only do we strive for sustainable production processes and thus sustainable products. We also foster long-term relationships with our partners, especially our organic farmers. This philosophy is beneficial to planet, people and animals.
This holiday season we are focusing on sustainability again and we will not be putting up a real Christmas tree. Instead we created a DIY sustainable tree. The aim is to help to reduce the effects of climate change. Make this Christmas a bit greener by joining our movement and craft your own eco-friendly Christmas tree.
COMMITTED TO THE PLANET
Plant-based foods are in itself already more sustainable than animal-based foods. The production requires less water, land and emits much less CO2 than the production of animal-based food. In addition to that Provamel’s production processes are CO2 neutral because we save electricity by re-using the heat generated during our production processes and we initiate our own biogas by purifying the water used during production. On top of that we contribute to a green project by planting trees in Burkina Faso to stop desertification. This is the “The Great Green Wall”, a plan for a 15 km large and a 7.100 km wide forest, from the east to the west coast of Africa, to stop the Sahara.
RESHUFFLE YOUR XMAS HABITS & GROW A SUSTAINABLE FOREST
Did you know that each year a forest of 85 million trees worldwide is being chopped to decorate offices,
shops, streets and living rooms? By starting a new nature friendly Christmas tradition, everyone can help to reduce climate change. Create a fun, original and sustainable tree yourself. The design possibilities are endless. Driftwood, cardboard or even corks can be the start for a shining DIY tree.
Post a picture of your eco-friendly Xmas tree on Instagram with the #provamelxmas and share your green Christmas wishes with the world. Your trees will not only shape a digital forest on provamel.com. For each shared DIY, and every like you gather Provamel will plant a tree in Burkina Faso.