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DG3 North American Division Goes Green

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Jersey City, New Jersey, November 12, 2008: DG3 North America, Inc. (DG3), a leading provider of global graphic communication solutions, announced today that it is now purchasing 100% renewable energy from Hess Energy for its entire flagship facility in Jersey City. The Jersey City operation joins the two London operations of DG3 now purchasing 100% renewable energy to power its operations.

In connection with this purchase from Hess Energy, DG3 has received certification from Green-e, the nation's leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions in the retail market. DG3 has also become a member of the Green Power Leadership Club of the US Environmental Protection Agency through the Green Power Partnership, a federal voluntary program helping to increase the use of green power among leading U.S. organizations. DG3 is also FSC chain of custody certified in all its locations.

DG3 is committed to environmental initiatives and manages the effort through an internally appointed Green Team comprised from a cross section of staff throughout the business. The team identifies and executes programs with positive environmental implications for the community. Among these initiatives are 100% recycling within offices, SFI and PEFC chain of custody certifications, ISO14001 accreditation and other initiatives.

"DG3 is aware of and aggressive about its obligation to reduce its impact on the environment. We are committed to the environment today and in the long term and will continue to strive to lead our industry in environmental responsibility." commented Dr. Michael Cunningham, DG3's Chief Executive Officer.




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