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In my experience with working with East Coast Graphics, not only has it been a pleasurable experience, but good for business as well. Dan Glenn and staff make navigating the world of full service printing one less thing that I have to worry about - I always know that I can trust them completely to get the work done on time and on budget. ECG works to build a relationship with their customers rather than just getting a job done - over the past 8 years I can't imagine using anyone else to do any of my printing projects from our company catalog to posters. In a time where you can start to feel like a number for most companies, East Coast Graphics remembers that the relationship between the vendor and the customer is #1."Byron Reed
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Will global warming cause huge disasters in the near future? Are we to blame? Scientists have determined that a number of human activities are contributing to global warming by adding excessive amounts of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Driving cars and planes, using electricity from coal-fired power plants, or heating our homes with oil or natural gas, we release carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases into the atmosphere.

Global warming is getting worse causing some plants and animals to become extinct. The number of storms and floods are increasing and the sea levels are continuing to rise which may cause people to move away from the coasts. Some areas are becoming too dry for farming as well. There have been impacts on human health as mosquitoes and other disease-carrying insects and rodents are increasingly spreading diseases over larger geographical regions. The 10 warmest years on record have all occurred since 1990. Mountain glaciers are fading on every continent and the sea ice is melting.

It’s already too late to stop global warming completely, but you can help minimize it by using less energy. You can do simple things like turn off the lights when you leave a room, turn of the computer or TV when you’re not using it, take shorter showers, dress warmly when it’s cold, instead of turning up the heat, etc.

Our environment should always be taken into consideration in both our personal and professional lives. Something that is constantly overlooked by businesses is the materials they use for printing. The paper and ink they’re using might be hurting the environment. Using post-consumer waste paper (PCW) is so much more environmentally friendly – it uses only recycled products in production. This prevents the unnecessary destruction of virgin tree fiber and helps preserve forestland and biodiversity. In the United States, currently 90% of our paper comes from virgin tree fiber, meaning that 90% of our paper is destroyed forest. Using PCW paper can help decrease the number of trees being cut down. The paper that most people are using is bleached with chlorine or chlorine derivatives. These chemicals can cause toxins and pollutants in several conditions. You should try to use paper that is chlorine-free.

The ink you use can also be hurting the environment. Petroleum-based ink has volatile organic compounds (VOCs), harmful toxins that can cause cancer and birth defects. VOCs are released when the ink dries on printed paper and can even filter into the soil when printed paper is disposed of in a landfill. A healthier choice would be to use soy ink. It contains much less VOCs than petroleum-based inks and many people are already using it for magazines and other companies. Using eco-friendly printing is good for the environment and good for business. Customers will take preference in your business when they know you are putting an effort into helping the environment.

Our human drive to invent and build has led to extraordinary advances and great technological promise. It's also had grave, unintended consequences. You can take action today to help reduce global warming by making environmentally-friendly choices in your daily and professional lives.


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