The distributor is providing donations, as well as seeking them from
customers when they make a technology purchase, to enable the annual planting of
The announcement follows Hammer’s appointment of an in-house environmental advisor and is the first in a line of environmentally friendly initiatives from the distributor.
James Ward, managing director of Hammer, said: “There will be more
environmentally friendly announcements from Hammer in future as it will continue
to become greener.
“Through offering non-emission friendly products, Hammer’s partners are offered the opportunity to push the products that have a green advantage to them,” added Ward.
Sophie Churchill, chief executive of the National Forest, said: “It is encouraging that Hammer is one of a growing number of companies that is keen to work with the National Forest Company.”
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