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We’ve Joined The Association of Sustainability Practitioners

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We’ve Joined The Association of Sustainability Practitioners

Today is Earth Day and we have celebrated by joining The Association of Sustainability Practitioners. We have a range of products specifically designed to help our clients follow more eco-friendly practices, such as bamboo pens, wooden door hangers, compostable menu covers and more! Within our own business we strive to minimise our environmental impact as much as possible, only using FSC certified paper and sourcing raw materials sustainably wherever possible including plant-based inks and biodegradable lamination!

 

Our list of products includes:

– Pens made from plastic cups
– Pencils made from recycled newspaper
– Flyers made with 100% revived silk
– Leaflets made with organic cotton
– Vegetable / plant based inks
Biodegradable foils
Coconut / coir entrance mats

Aspenprint and BCP Media Group are proud to be part of the Association of Sustainability Practitioners and are excited to work in partnership to reduce waste, increase awareness and generally be more resourceful in protecting our planet by using more sustainable products and methods.

 

Continually evaluating and improving our practices is important for us as a business to be the very best we can be. We promise to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill, to conserve finite resources and to reduce our environmental impact. Wherever possible, we look to source raw materials, products and services from companies with sound environmental credentials. Aspenprint is also keen on going green – for every tree used for paper, two more are planted in its place!

 

If you are aiming to make your business a more environmentally friendly establishment, then we have a wide selection of solutions which can be printed in a variation of finishes to suit any branding.

 

Contact us today for more information on our environmentally friendly products!

 

 

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