February 01, 2010 08:00 ET

Green Printing Is Profitable Printing Says

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - February 1, 2010) -, a leader in online printing since 2003, is urging its print competitors to switch to eco-friendly waterless printing. Since its inception in the late 90s, has been a leading advocate of waterless printing and has attributed a great deal of its company success to this technologically advanced offset and offset/digital print production method.

Traditionally, printing is a huge consumer of resources, including chemicals, water and energy. Many large presses can consume hundreds of thousands of liters of water each year. Waterless printing uses state-of-the-art technology to reduce these environmental impacts. Notably, it uses silicon plate technology instead of chemicals and water in its print processes. There is also far less paper waste on waterless print runs, and the overall color consistency and print resolution is considerably improved.

Waterless printing has been developed to be a cleaner, faster, and more precise printer. The benefits to print companies are obvious. Print companies that use waterless print methods have reported improved employee health, 40% faster production times, and a 30% reduction in paper waste.

"I believe all US companies should think about switching to more environmentally friendly processes like waterless printing," said Brent Rusick, CEO and President. "Our production model is a great example of how being green is not only the responsible way of doing business; it is also a more cost-efficient and profitable way of doing business."

Current environmental and biological research suggests that the world will face massive water shortages by the year 2025. Print companies need to switch to waterless printing to help save this resource. Unfortunately, waterless presses are currently in the minority. urges all print companies that have yet to switch to waterless printing to rethink their print production methods for both responsible and profitable reasons.

-- Go to to order eco-friendly business cards and prints.

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