Rooting for the environment

This is not an ordinary group of business men in the woods, this a group of business men planting their trees at The Living Classroom, headquarters of The Dorset Coppice Group, north of Blandford Forum, courtesy of greenmessage.  JP Temple, Condor Office Solutions, D3 Employee Solutions, AyJay Direct Marketing and Energy Efficiency In Business, are all Dorset-based businesses who have adopted an environmental communication policy for their businesses via greenmessage, the environmental communication specialists.

Rob King from Condor Office Solutions said “using greenmessage has allowed us to reduce our carbon footprint whilst being highly creative with our communications”. John from D3 Employee Solutions said “it’s a great cost-effective way of communicating with existing and potential clients at a fraction of the cost of traditional marketing methods, plus we get to plant trees in educational coppices for future generations to learn about the environment.David Dean from greenmessage said “For all new clients we fund the planting and life-long care of a tree, across the country close to our clients so they can help environmental studies and improve the local community from coppices in schools, parks and open spaces. This is all part of greenmessage’s environmental commitment to our clients and to the future generations and educational groups.”

Get more information about the tree-planting scheme, or contact any of the businesses mentioned, through Bryan at greenmessage on 01202 802205, e-mail or visit

In picture (L-R) Antony Lees (AyJay Direct Marketing), Jack Pearson (JP Temple), John Evans (D3 Employee Solutions), Bryan Benjafield (greenmessage), David Dean (greenmessage), Peter Moors (Dorset Coppice Group), Rob King (Condor Office Solutions), Tony Steward (Energy Efficiency In Business)

Notes to editor:

greenmessage ( specialise in environmental communications, from e-newsletters to webinars and online training. These methods of marketing and communication are far more cost-effective than traditional methods. They have a commitment to carbon reduction and helping other businesses with their own schemes.

Condor Office Solutions Ltd ( are suppliers of CANON copiers and print solutions based in Hampshire. Condor, established in 1987 is one of Canona’s top accredited companies, one of only six in the UK. They have a strong company focus on integrity and service excellence

D3 Employee Solutions ( provides specialist employment relations advice to employers, particularly small and medium-sized organisations who don’t have in-house Human Resources departments.  This covers all aspects of dealing with employee rights such as: contracts of employment, HR policies, dismissal, grievances and redundancy.

JP Temple ( are the south’s longest running exhibitions company, with over 25 years in the business. Our expertise encompasses all exhibition and display solutions ranging from small printed POS, through bespoke exhibition design, up to full shop refurbishments. In an industry infamous for waste JP Temple strive to move with the times and reduce our impact on the world we all share.

AyJay Direct Marketing ( is a telemarketing company specialising in the energy efficiency market. They handle nationwide business to business and business to consumer contracts for major utility suppliers and environmentally focused companies. With high capacity in the UK and additional global centres, AyJays is right for volume campaigns requiring efficient implementation, ongoing strategic management and first class reporting.

Energy Efficiency in Business ( is a nationwide accreditation program which recognises companies efforts in becoming energy efficient businesses. Full on-site EcoChecks are carried out by trained energy specialists with the aim of reducing a business’s energy consumption and costs. The assessment also includes working with the business to create relevant CSR documentation and an Environment Policy, and provides training on how to leverage their EEiB accreditation

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