November 9, 2021


Planted in

Viatek Geelong plants trees.

The team at Viatek Geelong have been supporting local tree planting projects since 2019 and to date have purchased 240 trees for community groups. These trees are forming part of regeneration and habitat projects where they will grow to stabilise soil, provide shade and food to native fauna, and encourage biodiversity.



The Viatek Group is a services-based organisation, offering business solutions for print, scanning & technology. With over 17 offices operating within Victoria & NSW, it makes them the largest regional supplier of managed print services, backed with local technicians on site.


Viatek people live and breathe the community which means, they support local businesses and community initiatives. This is carried out through recycling, conserving energy, preventing pollution & minimising waste through supporting tree planting in Victoria with Fifteen Trees. Viatek understands that ‘being green is not just a potential competitive business advantage, it is also a good way to reduce costs and create more streamlined business processes‘. 


Plantings 2021

Stay tuned for update


Plantings 2020

Planting on the Bellarine Peninsula


Matt Crawley and his team at the Bellarine Catchment Network were delighted to receive 120 trees from Viatek.

The trees supported their tree planting projects to the west of Geelong at The Bellarine Rail Trail. A critical habitat sites. These trees have enabled the continuation of this project and continued revegetation works on the Bellarine.







Corporate social responsibility (CSR) can take many forms but for us … tree planting hits a number of targets!

  • Community groups benefit as they receive free trees for their projects.
  • The environment benefits as trees mean habitat for the native insects, birds, reptiles and mammals.
  • And companies benefit too. Through CSR programs, companies can help society while promoting their own brands. Corporate social responsibility can boost morale and can help both employees and employers feel more connected with the world around them’. (


It’s perhaps not surprising that a company specialising in efficient systems should understand that it is, in itself, part of a system. A social, economic, and human system, one that ultimately needs to recognise its environmental stewardship role in order to prosper. We are glad that Viatek takes its responsibilities seriously and applies them to its own business practices, and more than happy to help it reduce its impact by planting trees.


If you would like to know more about sponsoring community tree planting projects and how we can assist you in becoming a more sustainable business, please contact Lou at <[email protected]>.



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We wouldn’t get far without friendship. Someone to check in on us, someone to laugh with, cry with, someone to give us a hand when we need it. Here at Fifteen Trees we are humbled to have eighty of the best friends anyone could wish for. The kind of friends who really step up, who are selfless, community minded, and serious about creating a better future together.


November 26, 2021
Michael Ellett from G.J. Gardner Homes East Gippsland are generous supporters of local community groups, and their tree planting projects. To date they have planted 2,580 trees. This year Michael and his team purchased 720 native plants trees for the Gippsland Lakes region which is on country spanning three indigenous nations of Bidewell, Yuin, Gunnaikurnai and Monero (Ngarigo), and planted out by Tambo Bluff Landcare Coastcare. They know conservation and restoration of indigenous vegetation have long term benefits in terms of human health, quality of life and environmental sustainability.


November 26, 2021
Ludek and Lenka Valta from G.J. Gardner Homes Hobart West are generous supporters of local community groups, and their tree planting projects. To date they have planted over 2,370 trees. This year Ludek, Lenka and their team purchased 540 native plants trees for the Hobart region, on Nipaluna country, and planted out by students from Dodges Ferry Primary School.