Green Printing

Eco-Friendly “Green” Printing

Create eco-friendly Material for Sustainable Marketing

Sustainability is always on our mind. Our exclusive designs and printings should not only help maximizing your company’s success with communication materials, but also minimize the negative effect on mother earth. We developed the process of using toxic-free inks and recycled papers to help with our aim of going green.

Green Printing

With a certified sustainability practitioner on staff, Grace’s sustainability program documents the resources you save — trees, greenhouse gases (GHG) and energy (BTU’s) — by using our sustainable practices.

It’s not just our 100% toxin-free free inks or our digital press with petroleum free toner, it’s using PPP principles (People, Planet, Profits) to work with your team to reduce paper usage and help you meet your budgetary goals while conscientiously increasing the sustainability of your projects.

From eco-statements that let stakeholders know the strength of your environmental program – “Printed using sustainable processes that saved 1,220 lbs. of CO2 emissions” — to simply using “our” instead of “the” when talking about our environment – sustainability creates a consciousness that will make your organization stronger.

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Testimonials

Grace Printing has chosen its name wisely. Here at the Museum we have hundreds of programs and events, and we have a large exhibition schedule. Many times we need marketing materials at a moment’s notice. Working with Grace Printing has removed a lot of stress from the process. The quality of the work and the cost effectiveness are only two reasons why we use Grace Printing. The personal attention the company gives is priceless.

- DuSable Museum of African American History

As a director of communications in charge of mailing out about 200,000 newsletters a year to our membership, I need quality printing done fast. For a decade, Grace Printing has consistently come through for our organization in a pinch and we appreciate that.

- Jim Chilsen
Communications Director Citizens Utility Board