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Environmental printer names Telstra Business Awards finalist

Thursday, 02 August 2007
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The company, who have been responsible for initiatives such as reducing excess light usage in offices, a three-year commitment to plant 6000 tress in Karkarook Park, the use of vegetable-based ink and helping clients to source environmentally responsible paper, believe that taking an interest in the preserving the environment is paramount.

“A few years ago we also realised that the environmental impact of business operations was going to be a major driver in the future,” said managing director Tim Michaelides. “Today, we are an organisation that takes responsibility for our environmental impacts, and have in place systems that actively manage our journey towards being a sustainable business.”

Michaelides said that he was thrilled the company had received a finalist placing in the Telstra Business Award. “It is great to be evaluated and identified as a progressive company; it validates our continuous improvement activities over the last few years,” he said.

These thoughts were echoed by fellow managing director, Geoff Lawyer. “We are delighted and owe the recognition to our hardworking employees, loyal clients and strategic business practices. We are looking forward to a brighter, greener and cleaner future,” he said.

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