With Earth Day Over, Top Color Printing Company Stays On the Green Path
HUDSON, WI, April 26, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Now that Earth Day has come and gone, trees have been planted, garbage has been collected, and many people may be tempted to push the environmental issue to the back of their minds for at least a few weeks as they gear up for summer.
But Docucopies is rejoicing in their eco-friendly advances over the past year and are considering where they can go from here.
Docucopies, the Internet's leading provider of low-cost, high-quality color copies and printing, has made several "green" changes to their operation.
First, they began recycling all their used toner bottles. Before this, they would often go through entire dumpsters of bottles in a day. Now, with the help of the city of Hudson's recycling program, they reduce their weekly waste by hundreds of pounds.
More recently, Docucopies added two new paper types to their products which are both 100-percent post-consumer recycled: the 28# paper stock and the 80# card stock. Both are available for all applicable black-and-white and color printing products and can be found on their list of paper types.
Their color printing products are also all compatible with so-called "green fonts" -- fonts which remove significant portions of the letters while maintaining their readability, thereby saving tons of ink and toner.
Docucopies has the best prices available on color copies, color printing, booklets, books, and more. You can place your order online any time of day. Orders of $150 or more receive free shipping. To price your job online or place an order, visit http://www.docucopies.com.