Eco-Friendly

Printing Partners Attains Certification
January 1, 2011

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Printing Partners recently received its ISO 9001:2008 certification. The certification identifies manufacturers who follow procedures that are part of a system of continuous quality improvement. The certification reflects there is a system in place to contain problems when they occur and to take corrective action so they do not occur again. Continuous improvement also includes identifying actions that improve processes.

Company Ups Its Green
January 1, 2011

West Linn Paper, headquartered in West Linn, Ore., promises to boost its shade of green.

Federal Trade Commission Proposes Revised "Green Guides":
November 1, 2010

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposed revisions to the guidance that it gives marketers to help them avoid making misleading environmental claims. The proposed changes are designed to update the guides and make them easier for companies to understand and use.

Unisource Wants You 
to Keep Score
October 1, 2010

Kids have report cards. Sports pros keep tabs on games. So, why shouldn't suppliers in the print industry keep score of their environmental impact?

Monitor Your Green
September 1, 2010

Ricoh Americas Corporation, a provider of digital office equipment and advanced document management solutions and services, recently introduced @Remote Green Reports, the latest enhancement to Ricoh's 
@Remote Product Suite.

Federal Subsidy for Green Printing to be Proposed
July 1, 2010

A prominent print-buying organization is about to propose legislation that would provide U.S. government subsidies for "green" printing—an interesting idea that could lead to even more interesting debates.

Geiger Hosts Green Open House
May 1, 2010

Lewiston, Maine-based Geiger hosted a “green” open house in the Scottsdale, Ariz. office on St. Patrick’s Day tying in the two “green” holidays of the year. The event drew nearly 200 clients and prospects. The showroom was filled with eco-friendly products.