At Ticketmedia, we’re committed to green, sustainable and eco-friendly practices in everything that we do and we are constantly striving to find new ways to reduce our carbon footprint. Here are just a few of the steps we’ve already taken to go green:
2015 was a particularly exciting year for Ticketmedia’s eco conscience. In 2015 we had a solar panel system installed in order to power our site. That means our in-house production line is powered by up to 87% solar energy, so, every ticket or receipt roll we print is automatically a little more eco-friendly.
Environmentally friendly inks
If solar powered printers weren’t enough, our tickets and receipts are also printed using water based inks and plates. That means no harmful chemicals and no need for specialist disposal. It also means less harmful chemicals are needed to clean our printers, we can just use water.
Recyclable FSC certified paper
As a paper-based industry, going green could be seen as a challenge. However, we only use paper from Forest Stewardship Council certified mills. This means that all the paper we use comes directly from responsible sources and organisations that are committed to sustaining the environment and combatting deforestation. What’s more, the FSC also fosters responsibility when it comes to people. Wherever the paper has come from, the rights of workers, communities and indigenous peoples are always respected.
All this adds up to something very important on our quest to become a greener, more environmentally friendly organisation. We’re now ISO Certified, with ISO 9001 for Quality Management Standard and ISO 14001 for Environmental Management Standard. Because of these awards, we’re constantly monitored and assessed to ensure we still comply. This means that we’re constantly striving to maintain our green credentials and find more opportunities to grow sustainability wherever possible.
If you’re looking for a sustainable approach to marketing and would like to work with recognised global experts in ticket and receipt marketing, don’t hesitate to get in touch.