Our Project 2023-2024

The carbon capture project is located in the town of Villers le Tilleul, in the Ardennes department, in the Grand Est region and consists of afforesting plots currently in fallow land and pastures, over a total area of ​​6,48 hectares. This afforestation makes it possible to complete an existing forest massif. This forestry project is governed by the French Forestry Code. Ultimately, the trees will be cut down and will “serve” the local economy. As provided for by the forest code, cut trees will be replanted, thus guaranteeing true sustainability of carbon capture. Carried out in partnership with STOCK CO2, this afforestation project will lead to the issuance of carbon credits labeled low-carbon. Created by the Ministry of Ecological Transition with the collaboration of numerous partners, the Low-carbon label aims to contribute to the achievement of France's climate objectives.

Beyond low-carbon labeling, this afforestation project aims for sustainable certification. Thanks to the eCO program2, you contribute sustainably to reforestation in the Grand Est.

PEFC certification

Beyond low-carbon labeling, this afforestation project aims for sustainable certification. Thanks to the eCO program2, you contribute sustainably to reforestation in the Grand Est.

Careers

The companies that will carry out the work will be less than 50 km from the site. Thanks to the eCO program2, you support local employment.

Ecological Corridor

This afforestation will create a refuge on the ecological corridor. Thanks to the eCO program2, you support biodiversity.
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+ transparency to compensate as accurately as possible

To know precisely the CO emissions2 linked to the transport of waste from each customer, the SCHROLL Group has equipped its entire fleet of vehicles with the device Fleetenergies. This patented device makes it possible to monitor CO emissions as closely as possible.2 of the Group's entire vehicle fleet, and therefore to calculate CO emissions in a fluid and transparent manner2 by transport.

There are 3 categories of eCO contributions2 which are linked to the mode of transport:

  • CAT 1: Dumpsters / Compactors: transport for a single customer with a vehicle > 3,5 t
  • CAT 2: Terminals / Grapple / Bins: shared transport as part of a tour with a vehicle > 3,5 t
  • CAT 3: Van: transport with a vehicle < or = 3,5 t
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