Since summer 2019, Seacourt and JB have built a partnership that includes creating circular printing guidance for the cultural sector, providing advice on how to reopen cultural venues safely in response to Covid, and hosting drop-in advice sessions during events and workshops.
We know the creative sector is perfectly positioned in helping generate significant awareness and engagement around the unprecedented threat of global climate change and we believe Seacourt can help.
Seacourt and Julie’s Bicycle are proud to be working together, supporting the creative sector to take action against the climate and environmental crisis. It’s no longer enough for organisations to do less harm, we need to do more good. Planet Positive Printing does just that, making sure your printed materials (from small to large) have a positive impact on the environment and society.
Historically, the print industry is heavily polluting and damaging to our environment. But Seacourt’s unique approach has turned this around with Planet Positive Printing. They are a Net Positive business, meaning they give back more than they consume and are proud to offer 100% waterless printing with zero chemicals, VOC free inks, zero waste to landfill and closed loop lifecycle of every product, all wrapped up in a carbon positive factory running on 100% renewable energy.
Useful resources to support your journey to net zero printing:
Closed Loop Printing guide
Check out this handy infographic guide on how to ensure the most sustainable printing options for your organisation.
Case study – Hampshire Cultural Trust & Koestler Arts
Case study – HOME Manchester
To find out how creative organisations are using Seacourt’s circular resources, you can read about how HOME in Manchester moved to a closed loop vinyl alternative
Case study – National Trust
Find out how Seacourt helped the National Trust reopen their venues safely and sustainably following the Covid-19 outbreak
Rethinking Materials and the Circular Economy – Webinar
Watch this Creative Green event replay, on how we might rethink materials we choose to use and transition towards a circular economy
Find out how Seacourt compare to a traditional printer in this downloadable infographic
Get in touch
Email Paul and the team to find out how your printed communication can have a positive impact on the environment and to hear more about Seacourt’s world-first Planet Positive Printing.
Drop in to find out more
Seacourt offer a bi-monthly drop-in session to find out more about sustainable printing for your organisation, and to answer any questions you may have. Run by head of Seacourt XL, Paul, for creative organisations to find out more about sustainable print materials and processes and give you the confidence to tackle those supply chain and waste management issues. Find out more and book your place.
What to expect in the monthly drop in sessions:
- A chance to meet others procuring print resources across the sector and find out what challenges you all face
- A quick intro to Print
- Hearing about Seacourt’s own journey and unique print processes
- Discover insights into alternative materials for print
- Recommendations for how customers might solve their waste problems
- Get your sustainable printing questions answered
- Leave with the confidence to question and challenge your current suppliers to do better!
Seacourt have been recognised with three Queens Awards for sustainable development and were recognised by the EU as Europe’s most sustainable SME in 2017. Seacourt has recently announced its certification as a B Corporation (or B Corp), joining a growing group of companies reinventing business by pursuing purpose as well as profit.
“After 24 years of putting the environment central to all decisions we take as a business it is fantastic to not only become a certified B Corp, but to become the highest- scoring B Corp media company in the world!”Gareth Dinnage, MD, Seacourt
- Lead image: Gareth Dinnage leading a drop-in session on circular business processes as part of JB’s 2019 Creative Green workshop. Photo: James Allan.