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Sustainability

Your order is capable of massive impact. Come on a journey with us, destination Net Zero.

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Our Pledges

We care about the planet, after all, without a planet, where would we sleep?

This is why we are stepping up our sustainability efforts in order to help combat the ongoing climate crisis. By partnering with Ecologi and optimizing our services to be more eco-friendly, we will be supporting the earth by reducing our carbon footprint and beginning reforestation

To help us achieve this objective, we have set out the following six pledges:-

Quotation

"We are really pleased that such an eco-conscious company like MattressNextDay has partnered with us to help them on their journey to becoming more sustainable"

"Their dedication to the cause is evident, committing to planting 1 million trees by 2030, which will have a significant impact in sequestering thousands of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere during that time. It’s encouraging to see the company is taking so many steps to reduce its carbon footprint and we hope more companies in the space follow their lead and play their part in this collective effort to combat climate change."

Linda Adams, Head of Partnerships - Ecologi

Did You Know?
Trees remove harmful pollutants from the air and act as our natural air filter
According to NASA, the world's rainforests will be gone by 2100 if the current rate of destruction continues
An estimated 50,000 species inhabiting our tropical forests become extinct annually. That’s an average of 137 species a day
Landfills are composed of 35% packaging materials
Trees provide habitat, shade, shelter, and food for local wildlife. Planting trees, therefore, supports biodiversity and helps to prevent species loss
Trees make us feel better: research suggests they have a positive impact on our mental health
Reducing carbon emissions lessens the likelihood and severity of extreme weather events, improves air and water quality, maintains biodiversity, and supports a healthy food supply
Reducing your carbon footprint plays a role in mitigating each of the above side effects of global climate change. The more we reduce the amount of GHG emissions, the more we slow the rate of temperature rise, sea-level rise, ice melting, and ocean acidification
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