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Print On It only produces our printed products ON Demand, no wasteful stockpiling and unnecessary over production.
A little about the print process:
Dye Sublimation production is a heat transfer process that creates bright, vivid and eco friendly printed fabrics.
Sublimation printing achieves the best results when it’s used on synthetic materials like polyester. Polyester is available in all sort of differing weights, weaves and coatings.
Dye-sublimation is an environmentally friendly, sustainable process in print and production. In fact it produces next to ZERO waste! The process involves turning a solid directly to a gas, resulting in minimum waste as no dye will get into the water system, like many other dyeing processes and also compared to other forms of production like screen printing, which uses large amounts of water.
The inks that dye sublimation printing uses are completely safe and don’t pose health risks to the people who handle them, nor any harm to the environment.
We also up-cycle any 'off cuts' or 'dead' material into packaging and other products, minimising further pressures on our beautiful planet.
A little about our base textile materials:
Working exclusively with a market leading German textile supplier, that have reduced the amount of virgin polymer by at least 40%. Not only that, the polyester yarn used is made with at least 30% post - consumer waste recycled material.
In addition, no harmful chemicals are used in the manufacturing process.
All water and gases can be released back into the environment without the need for any further cleaning or treatment.
Our supplier is also part of the 'Every Tree Counts' reforestation programme at the site of manufacture in Germany.
Customers are also able to opt-in at checkout stage to pay a little extra to support fighting climate change.
CarbonClick's carbon offsets help neutralise the carbon emissions from your purchase. Your contribution helps funds forest restoration, tree planting, and renewable energy projects that fight climate change.
All it takes is a single click at the checkout

We distinguish between three types of carbon offset projects; each playing an important role in the fight against climate change:

Energy Efficiency: Energy efficiency projects reduce energy use now, providing the most cost-effective ways to reduce carbon emissions and save individuals and businesses money today.

Forestry: Forest conservation removes CO2 from the air and into trees and soil, helping communities and wildlife. Deforestation accounts for 20% of global carbon emissions.

Renewable Energy: Renewable energy - wind, solar, hydro, methane reductions - reduce carbon emissions today, spur investment in clean technologies and help create a low-carbon economy tomorrow.

The projects we support through GoldStandard® are validated and verified to meet the highest standards.  The donations we collect are forwarded to GoldStandard® projects.

You can see a list of projects here.