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Print '09 visitors can receive free energy carbon footprint report

Monday, September 14, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, IL., USA − Visitors to Sun Chemical's Print '09 booth #3417 will have an opportunity to receive a free energy carbon footprint for their facility operations.
The carbon footprint will serve as a stepping stone for companies to understand their impact on the environment and learn more about Sun Chemical's SunCareTM Environmental Services (ES), a comprehensive program designed to help Sun Chemical customers address their routine and strategic environmental, health and safety (EHS), and risk management concerns, objectives, and obligations including understanding their carbon footprint.
"SunCare taps the understanding and expertise of Sun Chemical and ENVIRON, our long standing EHS consultant, to strategically solve EHS problems in a timely and cost effective manner allowing customers to meet or exceed their EHS goals," said Gary Andrejewski, Sun Chemical's Corporate Vice President of Environmental Affairs. "We will have representatives on hand to help printers understand their energy carbon footprint and offer solutions to help them minimize their impact on the environment."
Visitors to Sun Chemical's booth during the show can meet and consult with SunCare consultants, which combines Sun Chemical's 160 years of experience in the graphic arts industry with ENVIRONTM International Corporation's environmental and regulatory expertise to offer unparalleled environmental, health and safety, and risk management assistance to the graphic arts industry.
SunCare ES can help organizations develop a carbon management and energy efficiency strategy to reduce carbon emissions and costs.




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