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SGIA Member Company Attains SGP Certification



Digital Color Concepts (dcc), SGIA member since 2014, has recently become SGP (Sustainable Green Printing Partnership) Certified.

Digital Color Concepts (dcc), SGIA member since 2014, has recently become SGP (Sustainable Green Printing Partnership) Certified. As a participant of the SGIA Peer-to-Peer Network, dcc received guidance and support as they incorporated sustainable practices into their business, ultimately leading them to achieve this sought-after certification.


“SGIA’s Peer-to-Peer Network led by Marci Kinter was an invaluable resource to dcc on its journey to SGP Certification,” said Christine Grant, VP of Business Development and Marketing, dcc. “It seemed like an overwhelming project initially, but the group’s knowledge and availability as a go-to resource really streamlined the process.”


SGP is an independent, nonprofit organization providing a certification label for sustainability in the printing industry. SGP is the industry standard for the certification and continuous improvement of sustainability and best practices within print manufacturing operations. SGIA’s Peer-to-Peer program provides you with the framework and resources necessary to develop and implement your own sustainability program — and one that can lead you to SGP certification.



The member-exclusive network meets virtually on a biweekly schedule, and all necessary resources are provided for your use. Sign up today to get the support you need to adopt sustainable solutions into your operation.


Not an SGIA member? Call Becca McKinney, SGIA’s Membership Coordinator, to get your membership started and make the SGIA Peer-to-Peer Network part of your commitment to sustainability.



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