Rockaway, New Jersey - December 12, 2007 - Printing Responsibly, LLC has announced the introduction of a complete line of environmentally friendly print products supporting graphic designers, businesses, ad agencies and commercial print buyers.
From business and corporate stationery through corporate marketing collateral, Printing Responsibly uses recycled, FSC certified and chlorine-free papers. In addition, digital workflow, computer to plate technology, direct imaging, chemistry-free presses and soy based inks significantly reduce the use of water and toxic substances used during production processing and subsequent equipment cleaning.
"Traditional printing techniques damage our environment on a daily basis", stated Steven Van Praagh, founder of Printing Responsibly. "Over the past fifteen years in the business, we've realized that reversing these impacts would require a complete rethinking of how printing is done. Today, Printing Responsibly is the realization of that vision. We have re-imagined the entire process, beginning with order taking and the selection of paper from sustainable sources, through to the equipment and techniques used in printing the final product".
"We have invested nearly one and a half million dollars ($1,500,000) in technology that enables us to manufacture an environmentally friendly product in an environmentally friendly facility. Our quality is second to none and our prices are competitive with anything on the market today, including those that are not eco-friendly."
Printing Responsibly is located in Rockaway, NJ. For additional information, please visit our website at www.printingresponsibly.com or contact Steve Van Paagh at 973-586-0777.
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