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Latest NAPL Business Review Explores Printers' 'Green Power' Initiatives

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

PARAMUS, N.J., OCT. 11, 2006 - The cover story in the October issue of the NAPL Business Review, published by NAPL, the trade association for excellence in graphic communications management, reports on the programs that increasing numbers of printers are using to fill their power needs from a clean, limitless, and ubiquitous energy source: the wind. It may not be inexpensive, note contributors to the article, but it can reap both tangible and intangible rewards. Among the companies profiled in the issue are Sandy Alexander, Inc., Clifton, N.J.; Monroe Litho, Rochester, N.Y.; Ecoprint, Silver Spring, Md.; John Roberts Company, Minneapolis, Minn.; Ginny's Printing, Inc., Austin, Texas; and Curtis Packaging Corporation, Sandy Hook, Conn.; and Quad Graphics, Sussex, Wis. "Many of these companies are participating in a variety of ecological initiatives sanctioned by the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as the Forest Stewardship Council," notes Dawn A. Lospaluto, NAPL senior director, Communications, and editor of the NAPL Business Review. "Their success in these efforts not only underscores the industry's ongoing commitment to environmentally responsible activities, but proves that good stewardship of our environment is also good business." Published bimonthly, the NAPL Business Review couples in-depth analysis of industry trends with actionable information NAPL members can use to advance their business. Each issue also features columns by noted industry experts, including NAPL Vice President and Chief Economist Andrew Paparozzi, on industry trends and economic developments; NAPL Senior Technology Consultant Howie Fenton, on digital technology applications; sales guru Peter Ebner on finding and capturing sales; and Suzanne Morgan of Printbuyers Online on reaching today's print buyer. To request a complimentary copy of the NAPL Business Review and to learn more about the benefits of NAPL membership, call (800) 642-6275 and choose Option 5, for the NAPL Customer Service team.




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