• Greenphotoprint – America’s first 100% sustainable photo lab for green printing

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    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

    Posted in Topics:Gadgets and Tech, Tags: , on March 20, 2009