Latvian_Forest_Tomes_pagasts,_Ķeguma_novads,_Latvia

Have you ever noticed the labels with the little trees and acronyms on the wood or paper products you buy? Probably not, unless you are looking for them.  These labels are helpful for environmentally conscious consumers to understand where their products are coming from. That can take some research on their part, but we are here to help.  On most forest products, like lumber or paper, there ...
steps towards sustainability.

A common myth about the printing industry is that it is not sustainable. We’re here to bust that myth. According to Two Sides North America, in the United States, 39% of the fiber used to make paper comes from recycled materials. The other 61% comes from sustainably managed forests, which are held to strict standards by certifying agencies such as the Forrest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Sustaina...
critique-design-designer-17845

Maintaining a small business or trying to start one can be a serious challenge, considering that you have a limited budget and you may compete with many others in the same market. Due to this constant struggle to remain active, lower your costs and subsequently raise your profits, it is quite possible to try and remove some of your expenses. Many might believe that this is the right choice in orde...
training materials, quick reference job aids, synthetic paper stock

It looks like paper, and it feels like paper, but in fact, it is not paper.  Synthetic paper is a material usually produced from resin and in some cases plastics. Although it has a similar look and feel, synthetic paper has several distinct advantages over traditional paper stocks.  Here are the top 5 reasons you should consider using synthetic paper for your next print project: 1. No Need to...