Poole printers helping the environment
December 20, 2009 by Lyndon
Bezier Corporate Print, a printing company in Poole, Dorset is continuing to help the environment. Early in 2009 the company achieved Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation at its Poole site. The printing company now sources its paper and card requirements from “renewable and socially responsible sources”
The company produces direct mail and PoP material for several large companies, including Honda, Lloyds TSB AND Direct Wines. They have worked hard in recent years to improve their environmental footprint and remain pro-active in seeking other ways to build on good green credentials.
Unit director, Susan Steyn said:
We are delighted to have achieved FSC accreditation. Paper use in our business is essential and we work hard to find environmentally friendly options. Now we can assure our customers that our paper and card has been sourced from responsibly managed forests.
The debate still rages over the causes of global warming. However, most of the scientific community tend to agree that industrial pollution and deforestation are significant contributors to the problem. Paper is at the very heart of the printing industry. Other print companies in Poole are also becoming more environmentally aware. FSC accreditation demonstrates to customers that they are dealing with a socially responsible printing company.
Brazier has not stopped with gaining accreditation in Poole. They are dedicated to the idea of a greener environment and they continue to work hard at gaining FSC accreditation for all of their manufacturing sites around the country.