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Kyocera joins Rainforest rescue to restore Daintree (+4 photos)

Kyocera joins Rainforest rescue to restore Daintree (+4 photos)

Partners to protect habitat of endangered bird

Kyocera managing director, David Finn receiving certificate of appreciation from Rainforest Rescue's Kristin Channing.

Kyocera managing director, David Finn receiving certificate of appreciation from Rainforest Rescue's Kristin Channing.

Kyocera Document Solutions Australia has partnered with environmental conservation organisation, Rainforest Rescue.

The organisation works to buy back Daintree property at threat and zoned for development, then regenerates the protected land and protects it.

Kyocera will support Rainforest Rescue to restore and preserve critical Paradise Kingfisher habitat in the protected Daintree rainforest. The contribution will see Rainforest Rescue plant 70 rainforest trees every month to restore the Paradise Kingfisher habitat.

Kyocera managing director, David Finn, said, “Our sponsorship with Rainforest Rescue not only complements our existing environmental partnerships, but also supports Kyocera Corporation’s philosophy – minimising environmental impact from product development to disposal.”

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