Imperial factory workers branch out

| October 9, 2012

Volunteers from Imperial Tobacco’s Radom factory in Polandrecently gave up some of their spare time to help plant 50 trees in a public park in the city.

A group of 25 employees and their families took part in the tree planting day inRadom’s Osiedle Południe park with saplings donated by Imperial.

The tree planting was the latest in a number of Imperial-employee conservation initiatives, which have included the feeding of forest animals near Radom last winter.

“The aim as with other projects was to act out of concern for the natural environment and for the good of the local community,” said factory manager, Katarzyna Wolińska.

“Our factory in Radom is one of the largest employers in the region and our employees are more than happy to give something back.

“I’m delighted that we carried out another project initiated by our employees. This is proof of the commitment of our people.”

To mark the event a commemorative plaque was placed among the trees.

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