Ecoprint began in 1977 quite unlike most print shops: It began with a press bolted to the floor of a converted school bus and used as the print shop for a grassroots environmental organization. In addition to printing their own materials, the mobile shop printed flyers for local nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C.
When the organization closed in 1983, the shop moved to its own space in Silver Spring, MD becoming an independent entity, but never forgetting its roots! (or is it wheels?)
In November 2013, Ecoprint merged with Sveconway – a local, family-owned printer. Still operating under the name Ecoprint, the combined entity retains its mission to providing exceptional service using the most sustainable manufacturing processes available. Expanded capabilities now provide more complete communication solutions for non-profits, corporations, events, industry leaders, and more.