Yamaha Malaga MotoCenter organized last Saturday, January 27, the second edition of the solidarity action “One motorcycle, one tree”, bringing together dozens of clients to repopulate the future park of The Asperones.
The day was a complete success, with the participation of more than 50 people. This initiative is part of the company’s commitment to fight against gas emissions into the environment.
Yamaha Málaga MotoCenter with the initiative “One motorcycle, one tree” has planted more than 1,000 trees
With a total of 550 trees and shrubswhich are equivalent to the motorcycles sold at its facilities throughout 2023, this figure has increased compared to the previous year by almost 20%.
This means that, added to the 470 of the first edition, more than a thousand specimens planted by the concessionaire are exceeded in just two years. In addition, each tree has a commemorative wooden plaque with the initials and model of each client.
Francisco Dominguezmanager Yamaha Malaga MotoCenteris very satisfied with the development of this day: “People’s collaboration in this type of initiatives is increasing. We are committed to doing it every year and seeing that more and more people join means that we are doing things well.”
And concludes: “We try to promote respect for the environment and, at the same time, contribute to the reforestation of places that the citizens of Malaga can enjoy.” Yamaha Malaga MotoCenter From the first day it self-generates all the energy it needs for its operation.
Likewise, it constantly carries out processes to compensate for the gases emitted by motorcycles sold to its customers. Thanks to actions like this, which has come to be recognized by Yamaha Spain as the best national practice in all its dealerships, the Malaga dealership has become one of the first in the world to be completely neutral in terms of CO₂ emissions.