At Complete, we’re environmentally and economically conscious, in other words – we care. Before we hit print, we consider our customers’ pocket and the impact on the environment and aim to deliver affordable results that don’t come at the cost of the environment.
We don’t just see sustainability as our corporate responsibility, we believe it makes for best business practice and excellent business sense. We are absolutely committed to delivering your printing solutions in an ethical and responsible manner.
Environmentally sound practices such as waste reduction, responsible paper purchasing, and reducing our raw material inputs and outputs, has a positive impact on each project we undertake. Our clients can be assured that cleaner production, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and a commitment to an extensive recycling program leads to increased efficiency in materials usage. These savings are passed on to clients without compromising their projects.
As part of minimising the environmental impact of our printing processes, we are passionate about recycling, it’s “how we roll!” Working with accredited recycling agencies, we recycle the vast majority of all materials we use, ensuring minimal waste to landfill.
We are proud to recycle: Paper and cardboard waste, aluminium printing plates, wood from damaged pallets, plastic shrink wrapping, ink, tin and plastic canisters, printer toner cartridges, food and green waste, soiled rags, chemical waste.
In line with our commitment to environmentally responsible culture and practices, we have developed a Responsible Paper Purchasing Policy. Our extensive research has helped us identify responsibly sourced and produced paper stocks from trusted merchants to suit a wide range of our customers’ requirements. We can advise on options that are environmentally responsible, such as fully and partially recycled paper, credibly sourced certified paper (FSC
® or PEFC), and other specialty paper stocks with environmental manufacture elements. We participate in the Australia Forest and Trade Network, and are part of the WWF Global Forest and Trade Network. This is an affiliation of national and regional forest and trade networks comprised of private companies and environmental organisations who are committed to promoting responsible forestry and credible certification.