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An Oak Tree for every New Client
During 2010 Peak Translations has maintained its pledge to plant one oak tree for every new client. This year these have been planted in a public space in South Manchester.
Planting trees is a great way to offset carbon footprint and move towards becoming carbon neutral, simply because it is recognised that trees use photosynthesis to absorb carbon dioxide to produce oxygen and wood.
By planting native British trees, Peak is making a contribution to offsetting CO2 emissions, providing a habitat for wildlife and enhancing the landscape.
Peak Translations has 34 years of linguistic and practical experience and involvement in renewable energy and the environment.
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French Translator & Interpreter
“I hold a Postgraduate degree in Conference Interpreting and Translation and a Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI - Law Option). I am also a member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists and subscribed to the National Register of Public Service Interpreters (NRPSI). I have worked with Peak Translations as Project Manager and now as a freelancer, interpreting for the public services and at conferences and also translating legal, marketing and market research texts.”
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