In a time when people are recognizing how delicate the environment is, it is important for companies to shift into a more environmentally conscious state.

Our production facilities will use soy-oil based inks instead of traditional petroleum-based ink. Also known as vegetable-oil ink, soy ink is a great advancement in the print industry. Soy ink is a safe and environmentally friendly ink because of its simple compound compared to petroleum–based ink. Using a simple process to make the ink, it consumes very little energy and makes it very efficient. Soy ink has many great advantages; one is its distinguishable clearness which allows for brighter colored ink, which petroleum-based ink do not allow because of its darker content. Thus soy inks are popular for their vibrant colors. Soy ink can also be easily removed from paper, which is helpful in paper recycling, as it is quicker to process the paper. As the print industry evolves, soy ink becomes an increasingly popular alternative.
Using unique Aqueous and UV coatings, production will shift to yet another critical step in producing environmentally friendly print products. The coatings which consist of very low to zero traces of volatile organic compounds (VOC) reduce harmful components that damage the atmosphere and the surrounding environments. Impregnated washing systems are used for press rollers and blankets which consist of minute traces of VOCs. Fountain solutions are free of or use reduced VOC solutions. My production team is constantly on the lookout for safer and more environmentally friendly press room products, recycles all solutions and removes hazardous waste from printing facility, preventing it from getting into the natural environment. Production facilities will all be alcohol-free environments using only alcohol substitutes as well.

An essential ingredient in the print industry is paper. We utilize paper that is produced specifically for paper-making and is not produced from illegally deforested trees.



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