Greenphotoprint – America’s first 100% sustainable photo lab for green printing
Every time you smile for some shutterbug, you need to worry about the side-effects of the procedure that follows, which is photo-printing. Almost everything that we do these days needs to be monitored with a green meter. A simple task of photo printing is also not so green. But Rick Colson of EcoVisual Communications has found a cleaner alternative to this too. The company has just launched America’s first 100% green, 100% sustainable photo “lab” at www.greenphotoprint.com. This new firm is the first to offer an exclusive combination of totally green, museum-quality, archival photographic print services. Greenphotoprint replaces the traditional non-eco-friendly toxic, petroleum-based, silver-based and tree-derived materials with papers made from 100% recycled cotton, VOC-free water-based inks, and mounting substrates made from soy and 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Such a non-toxic printing is not only safe for our health but also saves our environment by reducing carbon emissions as well as the burden on landfills.
Thanks Rick Colson