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Environmental Responsibility

Worldwide Production Hub has made significant inroads with their environmental footprint. They reduce, reuse and recycle wherever possible and have adopted industry best practices and environmentally sustainable standards.

We believe our Worldwide Production Hub’s environmental accreditations and chain of custody certifications, coupled with our networks unprecedented levels of customer service, places us in an unrivalled position to serve your business needs.

While we educate our team in the benefits of behavioural change and identify technology and process to reduce our carbon footprint, it is inevitable that we will not be able to neutralise our unavoidable greenhouse gas emissions.

In March 2012, we engaged the Carbon Reduction Institute to conduct a carbon audit of our Production Hub. The audit aims to capture 100% of the carbon emissions which an entity is responsible for.

During October 2012, Worldwide pioneered the way forward, becoming WA’s first carbon neutral printing group. To neutralise our unavoidable emissions, we purchase carbon credits in Carbon Credit Projects as determined by the Australian Federal Government National Carbon offset standard.

We are continually investing in our production capabilities and processes to ensure we minimise our impact on the environment.

Together with our Production Hub, we’re proud to support sustainability.




100% Carbon Neutral

At no extra cost to you, our Worldwide Production Hub has offset 100% of its carbon footprint. This means that all greenhouse gas emissions produced by the Production Hub are carbon neutral. A number of participating Centres are certified 100% carbon neutral.

The Fact about Paper

The myth: making paper is bad for the environment.
The fact: paper is one of the truly sustainable products.

Our Carbon Offset Project

The need for solar energy is at an all-time high, as it plays such a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Some Worldwide Centres are investing in the Mauritius Project, which specifically focuses on the promotion of renewable energy.

The aim is to achieve a cleaner future whilst also diversifying the current energy mix.


The Worldwide Production Hub is investing its Carbon Credits in the Generic Wind Project in China, which is crucial to avoid catastrophic consequences caused by carbon emission.

The project aids energy needs in a rapidly developing economy. Windfarms replace energy derived from fossil fuels, limiting local air pollution and creating long-term job opportunities for contractors, suppliers, and residents in the area.

Our Production Hub boasts one of Western Australia’s largest solar farms, our solar generation is in the top 100 in Australia, generating 2.4 gigawatts of clean, green electricity every day.

Choose Print

The paper industry plants more than it harvests and today there are 25% more trees in the developed world than in 1900. Paper is biodegradable, renewable and sustainable. Growing and harvesting trees provides jobs, while forestry plantations provide clean air, clean water, wildlife habitat and carbon storage. A decline in the demand for paper products risks a decline in the ongoing sustainability and management of re-growth forests.

Our National Partners

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