Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), a non-profit organization providing sustainability certification in the graphic communications industry, today welcomes Top Value Fabrics as its newest Silver Patron. Top Value Fabrics is a leading supplier of printable substrate solutions and industrial textiles. Sustainability is a strong corporate value for Top Value Fabrics, and support of the SGP program demonstrates its commitment to this endeavor.
"We decided without hesitation to become a Patron of SGP. It is immensely gratifying to support a program that is working to make such a remarkable impact in the printing industry," comments Lorna D'Alessio, Director of Print Media Sales at Top Value Fabrics.
"We are excited to have Top Value join SGP as a Patron. Their commitment to sustainability adds a strong cornerstone to the program," states Marci Kinter, SGP Chairman of the Board.
Making a Difference
Top Value Fabrics has a heightened awareness of the numerous things it can do to make a difference, and thus encourages its customers, and even its competitors, to join the movement toward sustainability. The company makes concerted efforts in its offices and warehouse facilities to reduce all waste, also minimize power and paper usage. It additionally sources products and supplies locally for each of its facilities whenever possible.
Top Value Fabrics has been in business for more than 37 years, and offers a complete line of digital, screen, prepared-for-print textiles, and dye sublimation print media for indoor and outdoor use. The company supplies a wide selection of laminated and coated frontlit, blockout, PET, mesh and water-based banner and textiles, as well as industrial products and fabrics for printable apparel.
Solutions for Sustainability
Top Value Fabrics offers PVC-free substrates in its textile product line. It also promotes the elimination of material waste by manufacturing custom widths and lengths to suit repeat projects and contractual obligations. The company specifically engineers more environmentally friendly options to minimize the negative impact of toxic PVC, plasticizers, and fillers than standard banner materials.