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VP Marketing, Judy Morgan officially opened a plant growing unit at Waiuku College recently, as part of a five year commitment New Zealand Steel has as a supporting organisation for the nationwide Trees for Survival Programme.
Speaking at the opening Ms Morgan thanked everyone who had been involved in getting the unit up and running and said: "I am very pleased to be officially opening a second unit in our local community: (Glenbrook School's unit was opened in July 2006). The Trees for Survival programme supports our Company vision to become the 'cleanest, greenest, safest steelworks in the world'."
Waiuku College Principal Stuart Harrison thanked New Zealand Steel and the ARC for their commitment. "It is wonderful to gain support from a major industry to emphasise a positive environmental message. As a member of Waiuku Rotary, I am familiar with the good work of Trees for Survival. It is great to see the programme launched at the College due to backing from New Zealand Steel."
About Trees for Survival:
Trees for Survival are a nationwide charitable trust. It promotes the growing and planting of native trees by students on designated, at-risk land to improve water quality and increases biodiversity.
For more information visit: http://www.tfsnz.org.nz/