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As a responsible and customer focused organisation, Quickmail strives to ensure that our customers feel confident they are working with an environmentally conscious business partner. To ensure we minimise our environmental impact, Quickmail has introduced strict policies such as the provision of a variety of eco-friendly material and packaging options when processing any campaign.

 

We are proud to be an organisation that undertakes a number of initiatives and actions in order to reduce any impact on the environment including;

– Correct disposal of waste products (including cardboard, shrink wrap, wooden pallets and printer cartridges)
– All waste paper is removed off-site for recycling by a waste management company
– Any chemicals (of which there are few) are stored in sealed containers, away from storm water drains where there is no potential for run off.
– Energy efficient lighting is installed through the entire premises
– Use of degradable plastic for all our plastic wrapped items
– The option of recycled envelopes and paper stock for direct mail outs
– Quickmail minimises wastage in job set up and rework through our best practice machine operation
– Quickmail recycles ALL of our cardboard waste, either by using a reputable recycling company, reusing our boxes or on-selling boxes to other businesses.

 

In line with our Environmental Policy and striving for continual improvement, Quickmail is also a Level 3 Green Stamp accredited business, which is the highest level achievable. The Green Stamp program is a collaborative environmental initiative of the Printing Industries Association of Australia and the Department of Environment and Conservation. It is independently audited and acknowledges a business’ commitment to minimising environmental impacts associated with day to day operations. By attaining Green Stamp Certification, Quickmail proudly supports environmental sustainability for a better future and assures you that we’re doing our best for the environment.

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Write a letter to Santa! 🎅⭐

Australia Post works with Santa to make sure he reads and replies to letters from Australian kids!

Santa enjoys finding out about presents kids would like and stories they have to share.

Simply post your letter to:
Santa
North Pole, 9999

⭐ Be sure to include a return address so Santa can respond! ⭐

Track the progress of your letter through the interactive Santa Mail Tracker: auspost.com.au/about-us/corporate-responsibility/education/santa-mail/track-letter

Letters must be posted to Santa no later than Friday 15 December. Christmas is a busy time of year at the North Pole and it may take Santa a little longer to respond to your letter or postcard. Make sure you send your letters and postcards nice and early to ensure you receive his response before the big day!

Australia Post have a range of decorative Christmas letter templates you can edit and send!
Reindeer template: goo.gl/88PVH6
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Everyday, someone in Australia suffers a spinal cord injury. From workplace incidences, to road and water accidents or extreme sports, the event of permanent paralysis is always unexpected and frequently preventable.

PBF Australia (The Paraplegic Benefit Fund) was established to create greater awareness of these risks, with the aim of reducing the impact and incidence of spinal cord injury in Australia. Quickmail are proud to be members of Paraplegic Benefit Fund Australia.

Yesterday Quickmail had a presentation from Symon and Katie. On behalf of the staff at Quickmail, thank you for taking the time to talk to us. Your visit has no doubt left a strong impression with us all and left us thinking of ways to aim to reduce the incidence of serious injury at work, on the road and at play.

Some key statistics surrounding spinal cord injuries include the following:
- 3 spinal cord injuries per week in WA
- Approximately 141 spinal cord injuries per year in WA
- 46% of spinal cord injuries are motor vehicle related
- 34% of spinal cord injuries are from falls
- 11% of spinal cord injuries is an “other” category (i.e. violence, being hit by objects, jerked off a horse, etc.)
- 9% of spinal cord injuries are Aquatic related
- Average age of a spinal cord injury is 43 primarily due to slips, trips and falls but the common age bracket for young adults is 15-24 particularly in males.
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