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3 February 2011 at 1:18 pm
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Sponsored Article | Sustainable printing company Print Together is the first Australian company to offer ‘collective green printing’.

Staff Reporter | 3 February 2011 at 1:18 pm


Recycled Business Cards
3 February 2011 at 1:18 pm

Sustainable printing company Print Together is the first Australian company to offer ‘collective green printing’.

Melbourne based company Print Together, specialists in sustainable printing, graphic design, and recycled paper, is also the first and only printing business in Australia to offer collective green printing. .

And according to Print Together, business cards are often the first contact someone has with a business, so it’s important to send the right message – projecting a professional image is key to success.

Each week Print Together does a collective print run of premium-quality business cards on FSC certified, 100% post-consumer recycled, carbon neutral paper, using vegetable based inks.

Print Together says collective printing saves resources such as printing plates, set up costs, energy, water, ink and paper, but due to the customers’ diverse requirements, this rarely happens. Print Together matches customers who can print their materials together, allowing the savings to be passed onto the customer.

All Print Together printing is produced lithographically, for a high quality finish. Green printing achieves the same high production standards with significant environmental benefits.

Although based in Melbourne, Print Together’s service is Australia wide.

Print Together offers reduced rates for Not for Profit organisations – to find out more email

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