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Rosy Blue Plants 3,000 Trees in Antwerp

Dec 15, 2014 8:04 AM   By Rosy Blue
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Press Release: Antwerp-based diamond company Rosy Blue has planted 3,000 trees this weekend in Malle, Antwerp. The project was in cooperation with the Flemish organization BOS + and the non-profit organization International Association of Human Values (IAHV). Rosy Blue is a leading company in the field of sustainability and aims to contribute to the environment of Antwerp.

On Sunday, December 14, approximately 30 IAHV volunteers planted 3,000 trees sponsored by Rosy Blue on a 1-acre property in Malle. The planting operation was coordinated by BOS +, an organization that is dedicated to conserving and increasing forests in Flanders and beyond. Five native tree species were chosen to create a diverse and beautiful forest: oak, maple, elm, alder and beech.

Young IAHV volunteers physically planted the trees. Through this cooperation, Rosy Blue hopes to raise awareness amongst young people and highlight the importance of ecology for future generations.

Rosy Blue NV has been operating in Antwerp since 1973 and grew from a modest, single-operator business to a leading company in the diamond industry. Throughout all of its activities, the company has always strived to fulfill a pioneering role, not only in the field of diamond manufacturing and trading but also in the area of corporate social responsibility. The founding families have always strived to make meaningful and enduring contributions to the communities where they work and live. Rosy Blue has been engaged in environmental conservation since 2010 and seeks to reduce its global carbon footprint through various means such as making its operations more energy efficient.


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Tags: Antwerp, Belgium, rosy blue, trees
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