Sustainable Forestry Initiative Certification
SFI Standards promote sustainable forest management in North America and responsible procurement of forest products around the world.
The future of our forests depends on credible, transparent and auditable standards like SFI's to ensure a sustainable resource for today and generations to come.
G7 Master Qualification
G7® is part of IDEAlliance’s industry-leading set of specifications for achieving gray balance and is the driving force for achieving visual similarity across all print processes. G7 is a specification and is listed as Technical Report (TR) 015 in ANSI/CGATS.
G7© Master status is granted to facilities that are qualified to use the G7© Proof-to-Print Process and that use the most modern technology, techniques, and press controls to produce a close visual match from proof to print.
Forest Stewarship Council Certification
FSC® certification is a voluntary, market-based tool that supports responsible forest management worldwide. FSC® certified forest products are verified from the forest of origin through the supply chain. The FSC® label ensures that the forest products used are from responsibly harvested and verified sources.
Bio Renewable and Soy Inks
The Biorenewable Content (BRC) program identifies the use of bio-derived renewable resources in printing ink formulations. BRC program participation requires the submission of information detailing the amount of bioderived component in an individual printing ink formulation. Submissions are reviewed for technical accuracy and completeness by NAPIM.
We are proud to print your materials with 71% BioRenewable Ink.
Programme For The Endorsement Of Forest Certification Schemes
The independent, non-profit Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes (PEFC) helps buyers identify the best performers by endorsing national and/or regional forest certification standards that meet its rigorous criteria. The world’s largest forest certification endorsement organization, PEFC has the support of trade unions, state authorities, environmental organizations, forest owners and managers, and timber traders and, as well as producers and retailers of paper and timber products.