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SGP reaches 25th certified printer milestone with Tweddle Group

Friday, September 10, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Loveland, OH - The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership announces that Tweddle Group of Clinton Township, MI, received the milestone 25th SGP Printer certification. The SGP Partnership is a non-profit organization that promotes reducing the environmental impact and increasing the social responsibility of the print and graphic communication industry. Tweddle Group achieved SGP certification by adhering to sustainable green printing practices in its business operations.

"We believe that the SGP Partnership fits nicely with the direction that Tweddle and our sustainability team are pursuing. Protecting the environment is one of our core values, and we want Tweddle Group to be at the forefront of the printing industry's sustainability efforts," states Joe Bennett, Director of Print and Distribution at Tweddle. "We also believe in the value of continuous improvement and are committed to an on-going effort to reduce the amount of damage we do to our environment-whether it is through learning how to improve our recycling efforts or working with process-less plates."

"Tweddle Group is another example of a forward-thinking company that publicly demonstrates its sustainability efforts. We are pleased to see Tweddle achieve this certification and become the 25th company certified by SGP," states Gary Jones, SGP Board Member and Director of Environmental, Health, and Safety Affairs for Printing Industries of America.

For more than 55 years, Tweddle Group has provided information and technology solutions to support its clients' communication needs. The company maintains an on-going commitment to quality assurance and protecting the environment with SGP.




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