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Specialty Graphic Imaging Association

Sustainable Green Printing Partnership

Founded in 2008, Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) is an independent, non-profit organization providing a certification label for sustainability in the printing industry. SGP is the industry standard for the certification and continuous improvement of sustainability and best practices within print manufacturing operations. 

Before its creation, there were no boundaries or parameters set as to what defined a sustainable printing operation. “Green” products were available, but this did not address the actual manufacturing process.SGP provides a benchmark for print facilities’ sustainability endeavors.

SGIA supports both the mission and goals of the SGP Program as an SGP Resource Partner and actively supports its members through the implementation process.

SGIA members that have achieved SGP certification: 

Designtex – Portland, ME

Digital Color Concepts – Mountainside, NJ

Douglass Screen Printers Inc – Lakeland, FL

Forge Graphic Works Inc – Portland, OR

GFX International – Grayslake, IL

Global Products, Inc. – St. Peters, MO

Great Big Pictures Inc – Madison, WI

Holland & Crosby Limited – Mississauga, ON

Image Options – Foothill Ranch, CA

Infinity Images – Portland, OR

Meisel, Division of RR Donnelley – Carrollton, TX

Miller Zell Inc – Atlanta, GA

Modernistic – Stillwater, MN

Navitor East – Waynesboro, PA

Navitor Midwest – North Mankato, MN

Photocraft Inc – Beaverton, OR

Pictura Graphics – Minneapolis, MN

Premier Press – Portland, OR

Reischling Press Inc (RPI) – Seattle, WA

Sentinel Printing – Hempstead, NY

Stella Color – Seattle, WA

SunDance Marketing Solutions – Orlando, FL

Visual Impressions Inc – Milwaukee, WI

Visual Marking Systems Inc – Twinsburg, OH

Wal Mart Print Solutions – Bentonville, AR 

For additional information about SGP, please visit the SGP Website or contact SGIA's Program Manager, Government & Business Information, Brittany.  

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