Darwill prints and fulfills over 400 million direct mail pieces each year. While we take pride in our fast, flexible, and efficient production capabilities, we recognize our responsibility to meet customer needs with sustainability and environmental impact in mind.
We are committed to reducing the ecological footprint of our products and operations by investing in recycling programs for our paper and production waste.
In addition to recycling the product used in our facilities and reducing our environmental footprint, we are also pursuing well-managed paper sourcing when making stock choices. This includes using stocks that have obtained Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) certification.
Highlights of our other sustainable efforts last year include:
None of this would be possible without the two hallmarks of our direct mail process — a white paper workflow with data hygiene at its core.
Equipment like the Océ ProStream and the Epic Print Inserter reduce waste and inventory obsolescence, creating quicker manufacturing times while eliminating the need to manage an excess of pre-printed masters. Before paper ever enters production, our data science team curates and cleans lists, reducing the amount of undeliverable mail in every run.
As veterans of the direct marketing industry, our approach has always been to listen to our clients first; to their campaign goals and to the values they expect from a partner. We continually strive to provide our clients exceptional results, but more importantly, with an experience that creates a positive impact on both business and the planet.