Unimac Graphics Reduces Carbon Footprint Through Reforestation Project with Global ReLeaf Program
Carlstadt, NJ – Unimac Graphics. a full-service Web and sheetfed printing company, partnered with American Forests’s Global ReLeaf program to reduce Unimac’s company’s carbon footprint. Through Unimac’s donations, Global ReLeaf planted 3,500 hardwoods trees, Black Cherry and Northern Red Oak in the Hardwood Forestry Project of the Susquehannock State Forest in Pennsylvania, re-establishing the forest after a “2004” clear cut.
George Amann, Unimac president, states, “Climate change and global warming is a huge environmental issue in the world today. The planting of these trees will not only combat global warming by sequestering harmful greenhouse gases for generations to come, but they will also help clean our air and water and provide a much needed habitat to local wildlife. Responsible environmental stewardship is an important piece of Unimac Graphics’ ongoing corporate strategy of safe and environmentally friendly manufacturing practices.”
Additionally, Unimac pursues sustainability within its manufacturing facility recycling paper, printing plates, plastics and timber packing materials, according to the company.
Unimac Graphics is a total solution provider from digital media through web and sheetfed printing, with in-line finishing, binding and distribution. The company produces advertising and marketing collateral, displays and point-of-sale materials, packaging, direct mail, annual reports, magazine inserts, large format offset printing and catalogs.