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The Fuel Card Company

The Fuel Card Company Projects

As more and more businesses become aware of the need to reduce CO2 emissions EcoPoint is a simple way to tackle the problem. It works by adding a small monthly payment to each card a business operates. Partnering with Forest Carbon, contributions go towards new forestry and woodland projects that will capture CO2 through the planting and management of hundreds of thousands of trees over the next few years. The projects are independently certified, giving peace of mind about their quality, and there’s the added comfort of knowing that forests do so much more for the environment than simply capturing CO2.

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The Fuel Card Company at Shallgreen phase 2

This project consists of two areas of new native woodland and is the second phase of the woodland creation programme at this site. The plantings will become permanent, non-intervention woodlands and will provide a significantly improved landscape and habitat for biodiversity. The project will undergo... Read more

The Fuel Card Company at Doddington North

Doddington North is the largest planned new productive forest to be   planted in England in the last 25 years. The forest will cover an area  of around 350 hectares  near Wooler, in Northumberland, with 268  hectares to be planted – 42%  conifer, 20% native broadleaves, 13% mixed... Read more

The Fuel Card Company at Crookston

This project is another in Forest Carbon's partnership with the Tweed  Forum - aimed at not only reducing CO2 but also mitigating flooding and  improving water quality in the Tweed catchment.  In  September 2008 and July 2009 prolonged and intense rainfall caused  major flooding... Read more

The Fuel Card Company at Craigierig

This is a mixed upland Birch and Scots Pine woodland within the Tweedsmuir Hills Site of Special Scientific Interest, and its Juniper element is expected to have a positive impact for breeding birds. Read more