Why G4P?

CO2 footprint
The term footprint is used to measure the impact of our activities on the earth. The CO2 footprint is a measurement of the emissions of CO2 as the result of the use of fossil fuels. CO2 reduction is becoming more and more topical within the printing sector. Various printing companies create a CO2-footprint.
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VOC emissions
Volatile organic compounds (VOC) is a collective name for a group of hydrocarbon compounds that evaporate easily. VOC are related to a number of different environmental problems including climate change, smog and acidification. VOC can also have an adverse effect on human health.
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ISEGA certification 
Companies engaged in the preparation, processing, treatment, packing, transport and distribution of food must identify all aspects of the production process to identify and analyse it for risks and hazards. 
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Cradle-to-Cradle
For a long time it was thought that our natural resources were inexhaustible and as a result these resources were consumed more and more during the first industrial revolution and the associated technological progress. A linear system of mining raw materials, using them and disposal of materials was created. We call this "cradle to grave".
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Development topics
The three development topics of Green4Print are health, ecology and sustainability.
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News

The Dutch company Green4Print, received their second (!) Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM certificate. This time for the water-based printing products.

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