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Our objective is to manage our business in such a way as to minimise the effects of our company activities on the environment.

Our objective is to manage our business in such a way as to minimise the effects of our company activities on the environment. We will set up a control system to measure the impact of our activities on the environment, and review our policies on product design, purchasing, manufacturing and distribution in order to achieve our objective.

We will:

• Reduce waste and the consumption of resources (material, fuel and energy) to a minimum.
• Reduce or eliminate the production of polluting releases to the environment.
• Control the environmental effects of raw material sourcing.
• Control the environmental effects of new developments through strategic planning.

To achieve the above we will be mindful of the following
• Regulations covering emissions of solvents and other chemicals to air and to drains.
• Regulations on disposal of sold waste such as paper and ink to landfill.
• Use & disposal of hazardous materials, processes and products and possible replacement by greener materials
• Reduction of waste levels, especially of paper and boards to a minimum.
• Ensuring paper waste is sorted and made available for recycling.
• Offering to print on, and listening to, greater customer demands for recycled papers and boards.
• More efficient use of energy and fuels, using waste heat where possible.
• Co-ordinating deliveries to reduce transport costs and energy.
• Recycling chemicals, using closed systems and replenishment.
• Anticipating changes in legislation, such as the need to reduce packaging as expressed in the European
  Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive.
• Environmental aspects of products or policies, such as the recyclability of printed products.
• Visual impact of the factory, noise and odours emitted.

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Paper is an essential part of the printing process and that means we rely on the world's trees and forestry as rather important cogs in our business machine. As such an integral part of our livelihood as well as our eco-system, it is surprising to know that some countries see up to 80% of their timber harvested illegally.

This inevitably leads to ecological devastation and numerous human rights violations. While many forests are sustainably managed, the only way to provide credible proof is through independent checking, and this is where the FSC comes in. The FSC was introduced to monitor and regulate the industry, making sure that products are purchased from legitimate sources and guaranteeing a sustainable and well-maintained supply chain.

FSC covers social (staff welfare), environmental and responsible management of forests Through its dedication and thorough auditing system, the FSC monitors this process at every level. Since its inception in 1993, the FSC has grown to encompass over 13 million hectares of certified forest area, all of which are regulated and sustained to a safe, manageable level. While there are over 9,100 companies now accredited under the FSC umbrella, there are relatively few certified companies in the UK. Napier Jones and our sister companies' commitment and support echoes our dedication to recycling and leaving as small a carbon footprint as possible.
What we do:
• Prepress
• Litho
• Digital Printing
• Large Format Digital
• Brochures
• Catalogues
• Specialist Products
• Finishing
• Single and multi colour
• Fine Art
• Full design service
• Experience