Founder Members

The Verdigris project is funded by a group of perceptive supporters. Their funds have been used to fuel the editorial process, pay Splash PR who handle communications for Verdigris, and to get this website up and running. We are extremely grateful to our supporters, so a HUGE THANK YOU to the companies listed herewith.

The more funding we get the more we can do, and the less the annual cost to individual supporters. If you would like to become a Verdigris cohort, please contact us.

Agfa is committed to the conservation of natural resources, operating its facilities safely and minimizing the environmental impact of its activities and products.

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Digital Dots wants to see greater industry cooperation and information exchange, for a healthier printing industry and planet.

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HP is pleased to support the Verdigris project and its goal of providing objective information about print media’s environmental impact – which we believe will help print professionals and print buyers to make well-informed and environmentally responsible choices.

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Kodak values and is pleased to support initiatives like Verdigris that are aimed at providing the printing and publishing industry the information needed to manage their environmental impact.

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Ricoh is a proud supporter of the Verdigris project. Having been voted one of the World's most sustainable companies by the World Economic Forum for the last five consecutive years, sustainability is a key management priority. Every aspect of the print lifecycle must be looked at to ensure to minimise its impact on the environment. This involves manufacturers, suppliers and buyers making educated decisions that are right for the environment, economic situation and also the industry.

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Splash! is happy to be instrumental in the success of the Verdigris project and the process of making green practices in the printing industry commonplace and part of everyday life.

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If you are in any way serious about the environment and the effect that you as an individual and as a business have on it, then one of the best places to start readdressing this imbalance is to examine your carbon footprint.

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