Environmental Responsibility


Environmental Responsibility

We work with leading material providers to ensure we are able to offer an extensive range of recycled and forest certified qualities enabling you to make an informed decision and help improve your own environmental standards wherever possible. Our quantity choices on our site are controlled and well thought out to give you the most feasible and cost effective options. When a job turns from short run digital into batch production, our automated process places your job into the most efficient and cost effective system, and you see the benefit of unit costs reducing as the size of your order increases. We don’t want waste and neither do you.

We have chosen to centralize our large volume litho production – this has the effect of reducing unnecessary waste of energy and resources. All lithographic papers used by Callprint are either FSC or PEFC certified papers unless otherwise specified by our client. Our litho printing uses processless plates and vegetable based inks. We also offer FSC certified papers on digitally printed work.

All our own marketing and stationery items are produced on 100% recycled paper.

We separate, reuse and recycle all waste unavoidably produced in the production process.

We employ an Environmental Officer and environmental champions across the Group to ensure that we establish and regularly audit environmental standards in the business.

We adopt environmental policies wherever possible including utilising energy provided from renewable sources and environmentally friendly heating and energy solutions where available.

We also run a green office with policies overseen by our Environmental Officer such as turning off unneeded lights and computer equipment, and reuse of paper.

We are fully compliant with the Hazardous Waste Act 2005 and waste is segregated and collected for recycling by licensed contractors.

We hold ISO14001 to compliment our dual PEFC and FSC certified group membership.

We are also one of only two UK based printing companies who were part of an EU sponsored project working alongside partners in Greece and Brussels to improve EMAS in print across the industry as a whole. This project commenced in the autumn of 2010 and completed in 2012.