Dorset Digital Print accepted as an FSC Certified group member

February 24, 2011

We have achieved our goal of becoming a member of an FSC certified group (CU-COC-807273-BV), this was confirmed by The Process Group after an audit on the 18th February.

FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests. 

Being part of  an FSC certified group shows that we comply with the highest social and environmental standards on the market. As public concern about the state of the world’s forests and timber resources increases, FSC provides you with a solution to complex environmental and social issues.

Would you like to use the FSC trademarks on your print jobs to show that you are printing on FSC certified paper? We can now offer our clients this service using the FSC chain of custody certification to use the FSC trademarks on printed publications.

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  • 2. Seareach plc  |  May 8, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    FSC needs to be implemented by more printers in the UK. We need to look past the grainy and uneven surface that traditional recycled paper produces and think more about sustainability. With China moving into the mass consumer market, the use of raw materials is reaching critical points.

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