Altrad Belle & The Woodland Project
As part of the Altrad Groups drive to support the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals, Altrad Belle are delighted to announce the creation of the Altrad Woodland Initiative at Hulme End in the Peak District National Park, England, focusing on Climate Action, Life on Land and Good Health and Wellbeing.
Hulme End is the location of the Altrad Belle facility, and the Woodland Initiative will involve the planting of some 420 native trees at multiple locations in the area, in conjunction with the Woodland Trust and the local community and Parish council.
Richard MacPhail the Altrad lead on the project commented: “This is a fantastic project for Altrad Belle to be involved in, our facilities are in an area of outstanding natural beauty and this initiative will further enhance the area for the local community, and local wildlife with our own staff having a hands-on involvement to make it happen”.
Ray Neilson MD of Altrad Belle also commented: “We are delighted to be involved in this project that will be a long-term legacy project for all involved, and also have a positive impact not only on the local area and community, but also contribute to the Altrad drive for carbon neutrality”.