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First Bike Tune-up Event a Success

Rock Creek Park is truly a gem in our nation’s capital. This 1,754-acre city park was officially authorized in 1890, making it the third national park to be designated by the federal government. It offers visitors the opportunity to escape the bustle of the city and find a peaceful refuge, recreation, fresh air, majestic trees, […]

Small changes can have a big impact

As part of our ongoing outreach to the community, Ecoprint conducted an inaugural e-recycling event on Saturday, August 8th. The event exceeded our expectations, drawing a wide range of clients and members from the local community. Visitors disposed of everything from obsolete phones, laptops, computers, and tablets to thousands of once-beloved CDs. The event was […]

Is That a Cool New Phone or Toxic Waste Time Bomb?

This week, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the company’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year 2030. As a longtime Apple user and brand advocate, I commend this effort and similar pledges from tech giants like Microsoft and Amazon. Climate change will require progressive businesses—and their customers—to make commitments to renewable energy. But as […]

Sustainability is Complicated

When I first told my adult daughter I was considering purchasing the Ecoprint brand, she responded “Ecoprint? Isn’t the name an oxymoron?” This stinging question didn’t interrupt her high speed scrolling of Instagram stories on a beautiful new iPhone 11, but we’ll address that later. I will acknowledge that in our modern digital world, print […]

A Message to Our Clients

According to federal guidelines, those who manufacture for or provide services to essential businesses are themselves considered essential. As our business provides services for hospitals, insurance companies and HR firms, we will remain open. To do this, we’ve implemented the following: All employees that can work from home have been doing so since March 9th, […]