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SGIA Announces 2015 Sustainability Recognition Program Honorees

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SGIA (www.sgia.org) has announced the recipients of the 2015 Sustainability Recognition Program Award. Recognized SGIA member companies have submitted sustainability policies as well as a description of a continuous improvement project from the past year. The honorees are:
• Big Ink Display Graphics, St. Paul, Minnesota;
• Empire Screen Printing, Onalaska, Wisconsin;
• GFX International, Grayslake, Illinois;
• Global Products, Saint Peters, Missouri;
• Image Options, Foothill Ranch, California;

SGIA (www.sgia.org) has announced the recipients of the 2015 Sustainability Recognition Program Award. Recognized SGIA member companies have submitted sustainability policies as well as a description of a continuous improvement project from the past year. The honorees are:
• Big Ink Display Graphics, St. Paul, Minnesota;
• Empire Screen Printing, Onalaska, Wisconsin;
• GFX International, Grayslake, Illinois;
• Global Products, Saint Peters, Missouri;
• Image Options, Foothill Ranch, California;
• Laird Plastics, Boca Raton, Florida;
• Light-Works, Winooski, Vermont;
• Marabu North America, Charleston, South Carolina;
• Modernistic, Stillwater, Minnesota;
• Nazdar, Shawnee Mission, Kansas;
• PRS Permacel, Thane, Maharashtra, India;
• Stella Color, Seattle;
• And Visual Impressions, Milwaukee.

SGIA members can also join the SGIA Peer-to-Peer Network to connect with other industry professionals and discuss sustainable business practices.
 

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