The original environmental printer has journeyed from 'quirky' to mainstream

Chadwick, Philip
March 2009
PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);3/28/2009 Environment Report, p30
Trade Publication
The article relates the social responsibility and green printing practices of the Pureprint Group which the company has been doing for two decades. As stated, Pureprint shares the environmental concerns of the company with their customers and other printing companies. It is noted that Pureprint holds seminars on topics including paper processes and carbon footprints. Pureprint is reportedly working with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Forest and Trade Network group.


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