Print It, Plant It
One of Katun’s core values is to protect the environment and promote sustainability. We understand the importance of preserving resources and strive to conduct business with an environmentally friendly approach.
Katun customers will have the opportunity to contribute to the reforestation of global forests through Katun’s new partnership with PrintReleaf™.
10+ million connectable devices • 8 PrintReleaf Certified™ active projects •
2 million+ standard trees planted
Video to introduce PrintReleaf
Through PrintReleaf™, paper consumption is measured and trees are automatically reforested across our global network of certified reforestation projects to continually offset a customer’s environmental impact.
This open-source formula is widely and generally accepted as the industry standard as established by the Environmental Paper Network.
PrintReleaf™ certifies the reforestation of each customer’s forest footprint according to the measurement and calculations defined in the PrintReleaf™ Standard. The certificates are automatically updated when the trees are planted, audited, and verified survived over an eight-year timeline.
How to activate Print It, Plant It program?
Once you sign-up for this program, Katun will create you an account into PrintReleaf™ dashboard. You will be able to connect your remote device management software (KDFM or any third-party), or make a stand-alone deposit, activate your customers and give them an access as well to their own dashboard.
Our Katun Customer Technical Service Team will support you to connect your customer’s sites into the PrintReleaf™ dashboard with step-by-step guides.
Personalized monthly certificates are issued for trees planted and reports about reforestation programs and to a free use of marketing materials to promote the program.
Minimum fees apply: up to 100.000 pages/month – €15.00/£15.00/CHF 15.00 monthly.
PrintReleaf’s approach to forestry begins with incorporating data and science through our integration with Global Forest Watch – a platform hosted and managed by the World Resources Institute. Click on the map below to learn more about each of the 8 current reforestation programs.