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SGP Foundation enables a more sustainable supply chain via best practice sharing for the printing industry and its customers

SAYVILLE, NY –December 11, 2018 - The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), the leading authority in sustainable printing certifications for print manufacturers, today announced its sister company SGP Foundation, Inc. (SGPF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization.

The mission of the SGPF is to provide education and awareness on the best practices associated with sustainability in the printing industry, including printers, suppliers and customers/print buyers. SGPF key focus includes:

  • Promote sustainable & technological innovation
  • Advocacy for sustainable supply chain
  • Forum for sustainability discussions
  • Educate public on print sustainability

SGPF will be chaired by long-time supporter of SGP, Jonathan Graham of TE Connectivity. “Companies, especially in the retail space, require printers to be part of a more sustainable supply chain. SGPF plans to provide educational programs and information that will positively impact sustainability success with our SGP certified facilities, brands, suppliers and the printing industry as a whole,” said Jonathan Graham, SGPF Chair. “The SGP Foundation will directly address the needs of the market and provide best practices via seminars, webinars and information sharing to make the sustainability journey easier.

For 2018, the 10th anniversary year of SGP, the introduction of SGP Foundation is a key milestone along with introduction of the SGP Impact Tracker and merger of the TLMI L.I.F.E. certification program in SGP. “For ten years, the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership has enabled printers to demonstrate and validate their commitment to sustainability via SGP certification,” said Doreen Monteleone, SGP Foundation board member and Flexographic Technical Association representative. “With the SGP Foundation and its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, we are providing education about sustainable printing to the current and next generation of printers through information exchange and collaboration facilitating a more sustainable future to benefit everyone.”

“The SGPF comes out of an understanding that SGP and our community of certified printers, industry suppliers, associations and retail brands have valuable experience and information to share with a broader audience,” added Graham. “We anticipate the Foundation to be the catalyst for innovation in the sustainability for the printing industry and businesses in general.”

To learn more about getting a print facility SGP certified, visit www.sgppartnership.org.

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PO Box 535 Sayville
NY 11782-0535, New York
U.S.A.
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About SGP Foundation

The SGP Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) designated tax-exempt nonprofit organization and works cooperatively with the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership. The SGP Foundation was founded to create an education and information platform that guides the printing industry along with its customers on building a more sustainable supply chain and improving the environmental impact of print.

About SGP

The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) certifies printing facilities' sustainability best practices. SGP advocates best practices and innovation among print community stakeholders, aligning the printing industry and its customers in the pursuit of a more accountable sustainable supply chain. SGP works with patrons such as 3M, International Paper, EFI, ECOR, FLEXcon, North American Plastics, Piedmont Plastics, Gilman Brothers and numerous other leading brands. www.sgppartnership.org LinkedIn Twitter.

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Long-time SGP supporter, Jonathan Graham will chair the new SGP Foundation.

 

Editorial enquiries

Jonathan Graham
TE Connectivity

+49 6151 607 3756
jonathan.graham@​te.com

Nancy van Heesewijk
EMG

+31 164 317 018
nvanheesewijk@​emg-pr.com

 

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