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Forge Graphic Works Achieves SGP Certification

By Richard Romano
Published: December 3, 2012

Portland, Ore.’s Forge Graphic Works has become the latest facility to achieve certification by the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP). Forge is a wide-format output facility and brand design studio and has found that its customers have been increasingly demanding third-party verification of their commitment to environmental sustainability. Says the company in a press release:
“It’s imperative for our generation to adjust how we use our resources. Otherwise, much of what we take for granted today will not be available for our children tomorrow,” comments Todd Ebersole, Strategy Director/Co-Owner, Forge Graphic Works. "Sustainability is important in both our personal and business lives, so becoming SGP Certified was a logical move. We expect the certification to attract like-minded clients and vendor partners.”
Going Green congratulates Forge Graphic Works and thanks them for their commitment to sustainability.

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