Green Initiatives

Products and Services to demonstrate your commitment as a publisher to preserving nature.

We know how important it is to tread lightly on this precious earth. Because we are committed to doing all we can to protect and preserve the environment, we've adopted solutions for publishers that can help reduce their carbon footprint. We use vegetable-based inks and offer a variety of papers with recycled content. Upon request, we can even offer a high-performance stretch film that is wrapped around pallets and is biodegradable.

The items listed here are options for you to use in your publication to show your environmental commitment. Simply click to download a high-quality EPS format of the logo. (Note: the PrintReleaf, FSC® and SFI® logos are not downloadable per our certification requirements. Publication Printers must be responsible for adding the appropriate FSC or SFI logo to your publication and submit it for approval.)


One of the easiest and most cost effective ways to help the environment! We will re-plant trees to help offset your carbon footprint.

Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®)

FSC certification shows we're doing all we can to ensure that our world's forests are nurtured and protected. The FSC standards represent the world's strongest system for guiding forest management toward sustainable outcomes.

Contains Recycled Material

This recycle logo (mobius loop) may be used in publications printed on paper containing recycled content, such as 10% or 30% PCW (post-consumer waste) paper. Paper options containing 10% recycled materials are available. These paper blends provide the durability required by our printing presses while reducing the environmental impact.


This version of the recycle logo (mobius loop), along with a friendly reminder, encourages your reader to recycle the publication when they are finished with it.

Elemental Chlorine Free

All of the paper provided by Publication Printers Corp. is Elemental Chlorine Free (ECF). This bleaching process removes the most harmful aspects from the pulp bleaching process, protecting the environment and leaving the paper stock brilliantly white.