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  • Title: Take a Leaf
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Six Steps.. Join Us.. Who's Committed.. Supplier Directory.. Case Study.. Downloads.. Green Facts.. Useful Links.. FAQs.. By visiting.. takealeaf.. ie.. you've taken the first step to lessen the impact of your direct marketing campaigns on the environment.. These days we all have a responsibility to reduce waste and the generation of greenhouse gases.. From a corporate point of view, being seen to take this issue seriously is essential - but thankfully many environmentally-friendly options are now available to  ...   question and as you explore this site, you'll learn more about what's available, what are the benefits and how easy it can be to establish your green credentials.. Every recycled tonne of paper saves over 17 trees and over 1700 litres of oil.. Read More.. All content © An Post 2008.. Web Policy.. | Site by:.. Dialogue.. An Post is incorporated with limited liability.. Registered Office: General Post Office, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.. Registered in Dublin, Ireland.. Registered Number: 98788..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Six Steps
    Descriptive info: six steps to reduce.. your mailings’ carbon footprint.. get.. in step.. and reduce.. your carbon.. footprint.. Environmental awareness is now a cornerstone of responsible corporate practice.. As well as making a positive contribution to the world around us, taking a greener approach makes good business sense.. Besides enhancing your organisation’s public image, considerable savings can also be made by following some simple green guidelines.. If you use direct mail to market your business, it’s especially important to be seen to be green.. The Environmental Protection Agency reported in the National Waste Report 2005 that an estimated 1,244,967 tonnes of commercial, or non-household municipal waste, was managed in Ireland in 2005, an increase of 3.. 5% since 2004.. The direct marketing industry contributes  ...   – less than 320g or the weight of a Sunday newspaper’*.. There are a number of ways to put positive eco-resolutions into practice – and you’ll find them on the following pages.. Issues covered include sourcing eco-friendly paper supplies, designing mailings and targeting lists to minimise waste, paying attention to packing materials and communicating environmental commitments to customers and other stakeholders.. With all of this in mind, An Post and the Irish Direct Marketing Assocation are echoing the call of FEDMA (Federation of European Direct and Interactive Marketing) to adopt a corporate commitment to minimising your direct marketing’s impact on the environment.. And spending some time with this guide is an important first step towards this goal.. *Source: GreenMatters, UK DMA, August 2007..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Join Us
    Descriptive info: If you want to tell customers that your organisation is taking steps to producing more environmentally-friendly direct marketing - and encourage others to do likewise - sign up to the 'Take a Leaf' campaign by completing the details below.. By doing so, you can display the distinctive 'takealeaf.. ie' logo on your marketing material, Ireland's only dedicated environmental mark for use by direct marketers.. By way of thanks, we'll also acknowledge  ...   real steps to being greener.. Company Name*.. Required.. Short description of services.. Contact Name*.. Job Title*.. Phone Number.. Website Address.. Postal Address*.. Email Address*.. Invalid format.. Password*.. Confirm Password*.. Please tick this box if you would like An Post to send you details of other environmental initiatives in the future.. Please select your preferred method of communication.. Email.. Post.. Both.. * Mandatory Fields.. Registered Office: General Post Office, O'Connell Street, Dublin 1..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Who's Committed
    Descriptive info: The following organisations are taking steps to produce more.. environmentally-friendly direct marketing:.. An Post.. Belgian Direct Marketing Association.. Blue-Spire.. BOWE Systec IR Ltd.. Chem-Dry Ireland Ltd.. Central Law Training Ireland.. Dataconversion Direct.. DirectBrand.. DMA.. Door2Door.. Doorpromotion.. Evonomie.. Happy Tails Pet Detective.. Hellenic Post - ELTA.. Interactive Marketing.. IDMA.. Ignition.. International Post Corporation.. Javelin Group.. Leaflet Company Ireland Ltd.. Lime Marketing.. Neopost Ireland Ltd.. New Oceans.. Pitney Bowes.. Printpost Ltd.. Project Arts Centre.. Publicity Mailing.. QK Living.. Response Group.. RMG Target.. Robert Hayes-McCoy Copywriters.. SFM.. Sharp Design.. Sooner than Later Ltd..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Suppliers List
    Descriptive info: List Hygiene & Data Management Services.. Gamma Ltd.. The Bill Moss Partnership Ltd.. Data Ireland.. Experian QAS.. Print and Packaging Services.. R R Donnelley.. Trimfold Envelopes Ltd.. DCK (formerly DC Kavanagh).. Lettershop Services Ltd.. Koverto Envelope/Colour World Print.. Wood Printcraft.. Grafton Litho.. If your company would like to join the.. Take a Leaf.. supplier directory, please email.. take.. aleaf@anpost.. with your contact details.. An Post and the IDMA do not take responsibility for the services provided by the.. listed companies..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf
    Descriptive info: Tesco Ireland.. November Clubcard Statement.. Tesco is committed to recycling, reducing and reusing wherever possible, and is actively encouraging their customers to do the same.. As part of this commitment, they made some important changes to their November '07 Clubcard statement sent to all Tesco Clubcard Members, as follows:.. Used FSC accredited 100% recyclable paper.. Launched Green Clubcard Points, allowing customers to earn extra Clubcard Points when they buy environmentally friendly products.. Provided customers with helpful information on how they could have a Greener Christmas.. Introduced the Tesco mobile phone and ink cartridge recycling scheme.. Featured a seasonal image linked to the environment, incorporating a green  ...   part in to minimise its environmental impact, including opening its first Eco Store in Tramore, Waterford later this year.. It was easy to make a few small changes that positively impacted on both the environment our brand, and I would recommend it for any company to explore.. From a response point of view, upwards of 85% of customers rated our campaign as Excellent or Very Good with tens of thousands of euros redeemed by customers for purchasing green friendly products.. All in all we were delighted with the success of the campaign.. Joyce Kelly, Clubcard Operations Manager, Tesco Ireland.. Find out more about Tesco Ireland's environmental initiatives..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Green Facts
    Descriptive info: Did you know.. In the US, a typical business office generates over half a kilo of waste paper per employee every day.. *.. *.. Ten computers in a small business, switched on all the time, can cost €1,735 a year to run.. Costs can be cut to €531 a year just by switching them off  ...   pollution than when made from.. raw materials.. 10 million tonnes of cardboard are used annually in Dublin, Cork, Galway.. ***.. The average person in Ireland gets through 30kg of magazines and.. papers per year.. ***.. It takes 20 trees to make two tonnes of newspapers.. *Source:.. www.. deq.. state.. mi.. us/documents/deq-ead-recycle-redofcpw.. pdf.. **Source:.. esb.. ***Source:.. recycling..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Useful Links
    Descriptive info: anpost.. cleanerproduction.. dma.. org.. uk.. enfo.. epa.. envirocentre.. environ.. fedma.. org/environment.. idma.. irelandrecycling.. napm.. repak.. recyclenowpartners.. the-dma.. wastewatch..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - FAQs
    Descriptive info: What’s the difference between ‘recycled’ and ‘recyclable’ symbols?.. The ‘Recyclable’ symbol identifies paper and paperboard products made from fibres that are suitable for recycling after their primary use.. Whereas, the ‘Recycled‘ symbol shows that your.. product or package contains 100% recycled material.. Alternatively, you can use it with a % number to show the content percentage of recycled material that has been used to make your product.. What’s the best way to improve the accuracy of my mailings?.. Constant monitoring and updating of your data is essential.. You should maintain.. in-house ‘do-not-market’ lists for prospects and customers who’ve said they don’t want marketing messages from you.. Customers and prospects should also  ...   It’s also worth offering customers incentives (such as discounts on their next purchase) to let you know about duplicate mailings and incorrect addresses.. Prior to mailing, you should clean lists by using Irish Direct Marketing Association Mail Preference Service (MPS) and An Post’s National Change of Address database.. Click here.. for more information on improving accuracy.. How can I source environmentally-friendly paper stock in Ireland?.. The simplest way is to ask your printer or paper supplier if they are accredited by the PEFC Council (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) and/or by the FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council).. Check our.. for a list of companies who use environmentally-friendly paper in Ireland..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Web Policy
    Descriptive info: web.. policy.. Access to this site and the use of information contained on it is governed by the terms and conditions set out below.. Since they are for the protection of both you and An Post a limited liability company having its registered office at the GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 (herein referred to as “An Post”), please take the time to read them carefully.. By using this Website you will be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions.. Please note that this Website is owned and operated by An Post and that references to “we”, “us and “our” mean An Post.. Copyright in this site and the information set out on it belongs to us or our licensors and may not be copied, transmitted or reproduced without our prior consent.. All copyright, trademark and other proprietary notices must be left intact.. Save as otherwise specified the contents of all the pages contained in this site are copyright of An Post or its licensors.. Reproduction of part or all of the contents of the pages in any form is prohibited other than in accordance with the following permissions.. You are granted a non-exclusive, non transferable licence solely for the purpose of using this site and any services available on this site.. You may make one electronically stored, transient copy of these pages of this site for the exclusive purpose of on-line viewing.. You may make one hard copy of these pages for exclusively, non-commercial purposes.. Save whether otherwise specified the author(s) of the literary and artistic work set out in the pages contained in this site has/have asserted his/her/their moral rights to be identified as the author of these works.. This licence does not permit incorporation of the material or any part of it in any other work or publication, whether in hardcopy or electronic or any other form.. In particular (but without limitation) no part of this site may be distributed or copied for any commercial purpose.. No part of this site may be reproduced on or transmitted to or stored in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval.. Some pages on this site contain hypertext links to websites of business units and subsidiaries of An Post.. You are reminded that when you enter such sites, you will be subject to the terms and conditions of those sites.. Some pages on this site contain hypertext links to websites not maintained by An Post.. You are reminded that when you enter other websites via such hypertext links, you will not be subject to these terms and conditions and you will not benefit from the protections afforded to you in using our site.. We will not be liable in any way for the content, availability or use of such link to websites and you use such links entirely at your own risk.. You warrant that you will use this site in accordance with all the terms and conditions applying to such use and you agree to indemnity An Post for any liability accruing to An Post from your use of this site.. This site is established in Ireland in accordance with the laws of Ireland and will be governed by the laws of that country.. When you use the site, you accept that your use of the site and any information on the site will also be governed by the laws of Ireland and if any claim or dispute arises from your use of the site or any information on it, you agree that the Irish Courts will have non-exclusive jurisdiction over all such claims or disputes.. The use of this site or the distribution of information on the site may be restricted by local law or regulation in certain jurisdictions and this website is not intended for use nor the information intended for distribution in such jurisdictions and the persons accessing this website should inform themselves about and observe any such restrictions.. No third party is permitted to link any other website to this site without obtaining our prior written consent.. Please note that the sending of personal information via e-mail over the internet may not be secure and can be intercepted by third parties or incorrectly delivered.. You should not divulge confidential or personal information over the internet unless you are using secure or encrypted communications technology.. The contents of this site including these terms and conditions are subject to change by us without notification to you.. We accept no responsibility or liability for keeping the information in this site up to date or for any failure to do so.. Disclaimer.. The information contained in this site is for information purposes only.. Whilst every care has been taken in its preparation we do not make any warranties or representations as to its completeness, accuracy or reliability.. Although we have made all reasonable efforts to ensure that all of the information on the site is accurate at the time of inclusion, we do not represent that this is the case and it should not be relied upon as such.. We neither accept nor assume any responsibility to you in relation to the contents of this site.. Access to and use of this site is at the users own risk and we do not represent or warrant the use of this site or  ...   3.. the previous website address from which you reached us.. 4.. the type of web-browser you used.. 5.. web traffic data.. The technical data shall be used for administrative and statistical purposes and may be shared with our internet service provider.. We will use this information to help us to improve our website.. This technical data does not provide us with the personal data of visitors to our website.. Cookies.. Certain parts of An Post's website use cookies.. We do not use cookies to collect or store personal information.. You can change the settings on your browser to refuse all cookies.. However, you should note that disabling cookies may result in some parts of the site not working efficiently or in slower downloads.. Giving us your personal information.. Please note that where you provide us with your personal information (e.. name, e-mail address, work address, phone and facsimile numbers and/or other contact information), through a facility provided on this website or directly to us by e-mail, you consent to us:.. (a) processing and administering your personal data to perform all necessary actions to give effect to your request or instruction; and.. (b) retaining a record of incoming and outgoing communications (e.. email).. Information in the email we receive and send will not be disclosed to any third party without the permission of the sender unless otherwise in accordance with the Data Protection Acts.. Please note that by using this website you are giving us your consent to process your personal data as outlined in this Privacy Statement.. Your consent is also provided to any successor or assignee of An Post and/or any of its businesses.. We inform all persons who submit their personal data to us of these conditions by this Privacy Statement.. Security of data.. An Post takes seriously its security obligations in respect of your personal data under the Data Protection Acts to prevent unauthorised access to, or alteration or destruction of personal data in our possession.. Right of Access.. Where you have provided us with your personal data you have a right to be given a copy of your personal data in accordance with section 4 of the Data Protection Acts subject to certain exceptions.. To request a copy of your personal data please visit our.. Access Request Policy.. where you can download our.. Access Request Form.. for completion before sending it to us at Data Protection Co-Ordinator, An Post, Management Suite, GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 together with the prescribed fee of €6.. 35.. Please note the following important requirements:.. we reserve the right not to process an access request that is not made in our Access Request Form format;.. we shall not process an access request unless the prescribed fee of €6.. 35 is received by cheque or postal money order made payable to An Post; and.. we do not accept access requests via telephone, email or text message.. Right of rectification or erasure.. If we hold incorrect information about you which was originally submitted by you through this website, you have the right to have the data amended.. Further you have the right to have any information you have sent to us via this website erased.. To request your right to rectification and/or erasure please send your request to us in writing at Data Protection Co-Ordinator, An Post, Management Suite, GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 together with:.. Your name and address.. A description of the specific personal data you wish rectified.. If you request an erasure of your personal data all your data will be erased subject to the following important notice.. We are not required to rectify or erase your data where to do so would prevent you from meeting your contractual obligations to us or where we are required to process (including retaining) your personal data for a lawful purpose in accordance with the Data Protection Acts.. An Post trusts that you appreciate we respect your right to privacy and that our honesty and integrity shall mean that you will continue to trust us with your personal data, knowing that we will not use it for any inappropriate purpose.. Glossary of technical terms used.. Cookies:.. Small pieces of information, stored in simple text files, placed on your computer by a web site.. Cookies can be read by the website on your subsequent visits so that you can access information in a faster and more efficient way.. The information stored in a cookie may relate to your browsing habits on the web page, or a unique identification number so that the web site can remember you on your return visit.. Generally speaking, cookies do not contain personal information from which you can be identified, unless you have separately furnished such information to the website.. IP address:.. The identifying details for your computer (or your internet company's computer), expressed in internet protocol code (for example 192.. 168.. 72.. 34).. Every computer connected to the web has a unique IP address, although the address may not be the same every time a connection is made.. personal data:.. means information about you which can identify you and which is within the possession of An Post (e.. your name and address).. web browser:.. The piece of software you use to read web pages.. Examples are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Firefox and Opera..

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  • Title: Take a Leaf - Six Steps
    Descriptive info: step.. one:.. focus on your target.. More accurately targeted mailing lists mean fewer wasted mailings.. That’s better for your business and the environment.. So consider taking the following steps to ensure good list hygiene:.. Maintain Suppression Lists.. Maintain in-house ‘do-not-market’ lists for prospects and customers who do not wish to receive future solicitations from your company.. Maintain a more detailed suppression file that enables customers and prospects to opt off your company’s marketing lists on a selective basis, such as by frequency or by category.. Offer Notice & Choice.. Tell existing and prospective customers about opportunities to modify or eliminate future marketing contacts every time you write to them.. Provide periodic notices and  ...   they wish.. Clean Lists Prior to Mailing by using.. Irish Direct Marketing Association Mail Preference Service (MPS).. An Post National Change of Address database.. Address Correction services.. Deceased list to eliminate names of deceased persons from mailings.. National suppression files.. Merge and Purge Data.. Match outside lists against each other to prevent duplicates.. Use match definitions in merge/purge that minimise duplicates.. Match outside lists against other commercially available suppression files where appropriate.. Test Market Offers.. Test a sample of a list before mailing or marketing to the entire list.. Test different versions of advertising and marketing offers, in mail and other media, to select those offers and media combinations that receive the best response..

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