Impamark Helping the Environment
As a company, Impamark is making changes in order to help the environment. Non-recyclable materials build up in landfill and pollute. The Earth, our home, is precious and should be cared for.
Impamark are proud to be corporate members of the Essex Wildlife Trust. In supporting their efforts, we hope that we can help protect flora and fauna for the future. Conservation is vitally important in maintaining the biodiversity of our planet.
Recently there has been a particular focus on plastic pollution. Plastic rubbish is responsible for the deaths of many kinds of marine life. Sadly some animals choke or starve due to ingesting plastic while others suffer due to the accumulation of small amounts of toxic chemicals. This pollution also affects terrestrial animals including humans due to contamination in drinking water. Small amounts of plastic can have effects similar to natural hormones in the body.
In order to promote awareness of this issue Impamark are launching the Happy Turtle brand. This logo reflects our move to a more environmentally friendly stance. Impamark is strengthening it's own internal systems to reduce waste and will be actively focusing on more environmentally friendly products to assist you in promoting your own stand against pollution in the environment.
Among our products we have the Green and Good Range. These products are environmentally-friendly with products made from recycled, organic and biodegradable materials. We want to promote the use of products manufactured in a sustainable manner and products which can be reused or recycled rather than simply being thrown away. Take a look at some of our environmentally-friendly products here or on our Green and Good site
In August 2018 Impamark joined the WWF's campaign to stop the decline of sea turtles and work for the recovery of the species by adopting a turtle. Human activities have tipped the scales against the survival of these ancient mariners. Nearly all species of sea turtle are classified as Endangered and it is estimated that only 1 in 1,000 turtle hatchlings make it to adulthood. Slaughtered for their eggs, meat, skin and shells, sea turtles suffer from poaching and over-exploitation. They also face habitat destruction and accidental capture in fishing gear. Climate change has an impact on turtle nesting sites. It alters sand temperatures, which then affects the sex of hatchlings. WWF works to secure environments in which both turtles — and the people that depend upon them — can survive into the future. More information on this issue can be found here.
Join us in helping to protect our planet for future generations