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As a many-time winner of the PrintWeek Environmental Printer of the Year Award in recent years, Park is renowned as one of the UK’s most eco-friendly printers.

Enjoy our access to the latest innovative, recycled materials, and take advantage of our industry-leading managed recycling service to deal with display printing waste.

We are also now offering 100% compostable potato starch wrap to replace polywrap in mailings.

Park is proud to be ISO 14001 certified, and we also work to EMAS, the EU ‘gold standard’ for eco-friendly businesses.

Ask us about our sustainable printing processes, from chemicals usage, to waste reduction, to carbon reduction across the entire supply chain.

Carbon-neutral printing is also available on request.

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Sustainable printing tips: download our free guide

Sustainable printing tips: download our free guide

21 Oct 2020

Some businesses view sustainability as a challenge. For anyone involved in print, it’s an opportunity. Creative professionals revel in the countless new papers and creative options coming to market. Marketers and business leaders eye up the benefits of positioning their businesses as eco-friendly brands. But ‘sustainable’ means different things from one business to the next. …

10 indie magazines tackling sustainability

10 indie magazines tackling sustainability

10 Jul 2020

Independent magazines have always pushed the boundaries of culture. This hasn’t always been to their financial advantage. More often a labour of love than a business, they’re typically side projects alongside somebody’s day job. Sadly, many are too short-lived. But this is also part and parcel of what makes the indie mag. With principles and …

The Future of Print: Park Speaks to 5Eleven Mag

The Future of Print: Park Speaks to 5Eleven Mag

15 Jun 2020

Much of the dialogue around print and digital publishing pitches the two as alternatives. But is this really the case? The hand-wringing has largely stemmed from declining sales of mass media titles such as newspapers, as brand budgets have flowed towards digital media, and as publications have shifted their focus online. The magazine publishing scene …

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