Case Study
  • Posted on August 19th, 2021

What does circular printing look like?

Koestler Arts exhibition display at the Millennium Museum in Sheffield

We are delighted that our friends and Planet Positive Printing partners, Seacourt, have recently been selected for a B Corp Best for the World Environment Award for 2021 (in their first year of joining B Corp!). You can hear a short interview with MD Gareth Dinnage on this Sky News clip, explaining how this has come about and some of the changes made over the last 25 years of Seacourt minimising their environmental impact.

We know the cultural sector is perfectively positioned to help generate significant awareness and engagement around the unprecedented threat of the climate crisis. To see how creative organisations are using Seacourt’s circular printing and closed loop system in their communications assets, check out our new downloadable case study. This features exhibition projects from Hampshire Cultural Trust and Koestler Arts.

Learn how to choose sustainable materials that are sensitive to your location and requirements, avoid landfill waste with your printed products, and creatively problem solve any printing challenges you may have.

For more handy tips, how to’s and detailed information on circular printing for the cultural and creative sector, head to our partnership page.

  • Photo: Koestler Arts exhibition display at the Millennium Museum in Sheffield

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