Environmental Protection

We’re fully committed to reducing the environmental impact of printed marketing products.

We Care About
Our Environment

We are dedicated to being responsible advocates of our global ecosystem. Here is how:

Another aspect, aside from the fast turnaround that we aim to offer on the majority of services, that gives our business the edge over other printing companies operating in the Miami-Dade county, is our commitment to the environment. We offer a wide range of eco-friendly printing products and services.

  • We use vegetable based inks and recycle 100% of our production paper waste and printing plates.
  • Tracking our raw materials, we consume only what is necessary.
  • We use derived products from renewable resources or with almost to no environmental impact.
  • We’re equipped with state of the art machines that reduce power consumption.
  • We recycle inessential machines and old computer parts

How Do You Make Eco-Friendly Printing?

Since there’s no official standard, you’re on your own to determine who’s really committed. In general, an environmentally minded printer should: use the most eco-friendly papers available; reduce toxic chemicals, waste ink, and solvents; be willing to use soy or other vegetable inks without any price premium; educate customers about how to reduce a project’s environmental impact; and provide safe working conditions for employees.

Offset Printing

Offset printing uses the concept of oil and water repelling each other to produce a beautiful, high-quality print. The rollers distribute ink onto an aluminum plate which has been photo-engraved with text and images. The images on the plate are transferred to a rubber blanket, and then applied to paper by pressing the paper against the impression cylinder. Offset printing is best for longer print runs of the highest quality.

Digital Printing

Digital printing utilizes plate-free technology to produce pleasing-color prints. The result is an inexpensive print that is faster and creates less waste. The ink doesn’t absorb into the paper of a digital press, instead sitting on top of the substrate, forming a layer on the surface. Digital printing is generally better for smaller print runs that may require a very fast turnaround.

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