Blog #HumanAndFriendly: the new project by HFiltration
24 May, 2019

#HumanAndFriendly: the new project by HFiltration

HFiltration has always paid attention to the environment. We are not only attentive to
what we produce, but we are also working hard, day by day, so that our company could
become a good example for the environment protection and a guide for our partners.

We think safety and sustainability pass through the quality of our products but also
through actions to raise awareness about environmental issues that apparently have not
much to do with air filters, but which have a positive impact on the environment.

This is why we try to involve positively, the majority of people from customers to partners
and suppliers - in a virtuous circle and for each project.

 

HUMAN AND FRIENDLY: OUR NEW PROJECT DEVOTED TO ECOLOGY.

Today we launch the ‘Human and Friendly project’ to give a tangible mark of our commitment: it’s a project that takes advantage of an area we already possess to increase the quantity of plants and improve air quality.
It is very simple: for each order equal or superior to 5000 euro, HFiltration will plant a tree in a green area in the Municipality of Legnano, exactly where our company headquarters stand.

The project, realization, planting and maintenance of the area will be fully in charge of
HFiltration company but will be signed also by the companies that choosing us, have
contributed to carry out the project.

 

TREES AND PLANTS THAT WILL GROW THANKS TO THE PROJECT.

Tree species
  • Field maple (Acer campestre) n. 24
  • White hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) n. 24
  • Checker tree (Torminalis clusii) n. 24
  • Cherry (Prunus avium) n. 24
  • Hackberry (Prunus padus) n. 24
  • Common oak (Quercus robur) n. 24
  • Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) n. 24
  • Elm (Ulmus campestris) n. 24
  • Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) n. 24
  • Small-leaved lime (Tilia cordata) n. 24
Shrub species
  • Shrub species
  • European spindle (Euonimus europaeus) n.10
  • Common hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) n. 5
  • Wild privet (Ligustrum vulgare) n. 10
  • Hazel (Corylus avellana) n. 5
  • Guelder rose (Viburnum opulus) n. 10
  • European wild pear (Pyrus pyraster) n. 10
  • Slow (Prunus spinosa) n. 10
  • Dog rose (Rosa canina) n. 10
  • Common dogwood (Cornus sanguinea) n. 10

320 trees will be planted to help improve the air
we all breathe.


THE RESULTS WILL HAVE WILD RANGE.

Companies will be updated with the map of plantings, they will be able to see the area assigned to them and starting from May they will also be able to visit us and see the trees that somehow they helped to plant.

By choosing us, they have already done something important for the planet. Now it will be radically evident too.

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