Tinton Falls, NJ-based Hatteras has achieved certification from the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP).
As a certified SGP facility, Hatteras has demonstrated its commitment to exceeding sustainability targets by reducing waste, conserving energy, sourcing sustainable materials, lowering its carbon footprint, and creating a safe workplace.
“Sustainability is important to us as a company,” said Bill Duerr, President, Hatteras. “We’re making every effort to be environmentally responsible and we’re also seeing more of our clients ask us about our sustainability initiatives. Achieving SGP certification demonstrates to them that we’re following industry best practices and taking a leadership role in helping to protect the environment through green printing practices.”
Hatteras becomes one of just sixty-two printing and packaging companies in the United States to have passed SGP’s comprehensive facility audit and achieve certification.
“For the last decade we’ve kept a sustainability focus throughout all aspects of our operation – from upgrades in our offset, digital and large format printing equipment, to our robust recycling programs, to purchasing renewable energy that fuels our facility,” said Morgan Sprengel, VP of Customer Success, Hatteras. “The experience we’ve had with the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership and the certification process has validated all of our efforts, while creating a framework for measuring results and continuous improvement.”