The construction and building sector is responsible for 38 % of global CO2 emissions.* That has to change now. Together with Brynk, we want to help make the world a little bit better, and you can help – because for every construction machine and piece of equipment that is equipped with a S-Box from Sharemac is equipped, a tree will be planted.
SAM: The software that plants trees
By choosing SAM and our telematics solutions, you are helping us reach our goal of planting 5,000 trees. One seedling of a native species is planted per S-Box installed at our protected sites.
What’s the point? Sharemac’s entire business model revolves around using devices more efficiently. Better utilization of equipment = less need for machines = less load. Reducing demand is the first step on the road to sustainability in organizations, and using Sharemac helps. Additionally, planting trees helps offset some of the carbon generated during machine use, and trees are planted in regions most affected by climate change. So, all in all, it’s a win-win; construction companies take the next step to become more carbon neutral and the environment is helped.
Besides that, of course, there are other things we promise as Sharemac when you choose our solutions:
- Reduce paperwork as processes are digitized and paper waste is eliminated
- Constant analysis and optimization of processes to get the most out of your investment
Support where it is needed most
We are partnering with Brynk to plant trees on our behalf. The vision: to provide people and businesses with an innovative, user-friendly and rewarding way to bring the planet back into greater balance. To do this, Brynk works with various organizations, such as the Eden Reforestation Project, which coordinates planting with members of local communities in Boanamary in northwestern Madagascar, Kitiligini in Kenya, and Mahubo in Mozambique. In this way, support is provided precisely to those regions that are most severely affected by deforestation and clearing. An overview of all Brynk projects can be found here.
Building ecosystems, creating habitat for endangered species, combating drought and poverty – 5,000 trees are just the first step in tackling this problem together. Simply convince yourself now and request a free quote from SAM.