In April 2023 we introduced ClimatePartner certified. It stands for mandatory emissions reduction and transparency of the whole corporate climate action strategy.
In addition, we offer companies the opportunity to make a financial climate contribution. With this solution, companies that support climate projects can make their important contribution to global climate action visible to the public.
We no longer make claims about carbon neutrality. However, the carbon neutral label remains available to our existing customers until the end of 2023. During this transitional period, you will still find references to carbon neutrality on our website.
Our solutions for carbon neutral printing
With our Footprint Manager, you can calculate the carbon emissions generated from your print orders in line with ISO 16759 and offset them via a certified project of your choosing.
For each carbon neutral print order, you’ll receive a specific label featuring an ID number. You can use it to label the print product so that the offset can be traced in a transparent manner. This process has been certified by the technical inspection authority TÜV Austria.
How can this work for your situation? Give us a call and we’ll be happy to show you!
The quick path to carbon neutral printing
If you are looking to start carbon neutral printing right away because you have a customer request, you can use our Quick Carbon Calculator. It is based on empirical data from around 800 projects for print shops, and uses our emissions factor database for paper types and other printing materials.
We look forward to speaking with you!
Our IT expertise: Integration into your system
We customize our solution to match your situation and your requirements. We can integrate calculation and carbon offset functions as well as a label generator into your current calculation program, be it MIS rsKalk, EFI Lector, MEGALITH, pagina | net, Prinance, Printplus, ROGLER, rsKalk, as well as into your web shop.
You’ll be able to manage each order yourself, even without integration.
How does integration work? Let’s talk about it!