This year, take action to end plastic pollution…

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Take the Earth Day Challenge

This year the Earth Day Network is pushing for the end of plastic pollution. The ubiquitous single-use plastics of our everyday lives is creating a real and undeniable threat to our planet. This Earth Day, join us in the pursuit of changing how we think about and use plastics.

“From poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our waste streams and landfills, the exponential growth of plastics is now threatening the survival of our planet.

In response, Earth Day 2018 is dedicated to providing the information and
inspiration needed to fundamentally change human attitude and behavior about plastics.”

Click on the article to learn how you can take action this Earth Day and every day!

Help End Plastic Pollution

Take the QSL challenge!

When you plan your next print project, whether it’s a mail marketing campaign, collateral material or signs, take a moment to consider what will ultimately become of it. Will it matter to your audience that your materials are sustainable? Will you be able to recycle your project or will it end up in a landfill? Will the production of this project have residual effects on the environment? These are all important questions. The answers are in the choices you make. For the sustainable option, choose QSL Print Communications!

This year, in support of eradicating plastic pollution, opt for paper products over plastic ones.

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Did You Know…?

  • You can get your next batch of window envelopes made with cornstarch windows instead of plastic.
  • Our Falcon board is an excellent alternative to foam core and is 100% curbside recyclable. There is also a wood veneer option.
  • Our Katz board is an excellent option for interior Point-of-Sale (PoP) displays. It contains 30% recycled content and 100% responsible forestry wood pulp. *We print the Cafe Yumm! restaurant menus on it.
  • Our PET fence banner is made from 100% recycled bottles and is 100% recyclable through QSL.

Click the button to learn about QSL’s commitment to sustainability.

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