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First west coast printer certified by SGP

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Loveland, Ohio - The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership announces that it has certified Greenerprinter of Berkeley, CA as a SGP Printer, bringing the total number of certified facilities to 19.

Greenerprinter has 22 years of experience in providing sustainable printing solutions, and is the first printer on the West Coast to become certified by the SGP Partnership. Recognizing the environmental challenges we all face, Greenerprinter takes pride in holding itself to the highest environmental standards. Greenerprinter brings its mission of sustainability to each of these markets, with the additional promise of exceptional value, quality and service.

"We are proud of our commitment to sustainable products and practices, and look forward to continuing our green journey" said Greenerprinter CEO Mario Assadi. "By embracing new technologies that enhance the effectiveness of print while reducing waste and increasing value, we are helping to make printing more efficient and sustainable by nature."

Greenerprinter joins a growing group of certified SGP Printers including: Fineline Printing Group, Indianapolis, IN; Pictura Graphics, Minneapolis, MN; Pratt Corporation, Indianapolis, IN; The John Roberts Company, Minneapolis, MN; Monroe Litho, Rochester NY; Derby City Litho, Louisville, KY; Meisel, Carrollton, TX; Portland Color, Portland, ME; Global Packaging, Oaks, PA; C&H Packaging, Merrill WI; Consolidated Printing, Chicago IL; Minuteman Press, Lawrence KS; Alcom, Harleysville PA; Modernistic, Stillwater MN; Jet, Bolingbrook and Downers Grove IL locations; Robbie, Lenexa KS; and Coating Excellence International, Wrightstown WI. More than 50 SGP Applicants are currently working through the certification process.

Printing facilities located in the United States and Canada are eligible to apply for certification with the SGP Partnership. To become a certified SGP Printer, a facility must demonstrate conformance with criteria that require a holistic approach to sustainability and must pass an onsite audit. Certified printers are assigned a certification number and logo for use on their printed products to indicate it was "Printed by a SGP Printer."




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