Green Initiatives

In today's climate of environmental concerns, many consumers are trying to find more ways to be environmentally friendly. Here at Worldwide Ticketcraft we have concerns about our impact on the environment. To address these concerns we have started a green initiative to reduce consumption and waste, increase our recycling, and use more environmentally friendly products.

Currently
  • Recycle all our paper, aluminum, and plastic products.
  • Placed recycle bins throughout our building to collect any paper waste.
  • Use water based inks to print our tickets.
  • Recycle any unused or left over inks.
  • Distill and reuse any left over chemicals.
  • Have corrugated boxes for shipping products that contain 10% Total Recovered Fiber and All Post-Consumer Fiber.
  • Use Wausau Paper ™ which is certified to contain 30% recycled postconsumer fiber and meet federal procurement guidelines.
  • Recycle and reuse bubble wrap that is left over from shipments.
Expectations
  • We are currently in the process of ordering paper for our thermal tickets that contain 10% post-consumer waste, which will be offered to our customers.
  • In the process of testing with soy protein for inks.
  • In the process of being compliant with one of many Chain of Custody (CoC) Certification plans such as FSC, (Forestry Stewardship Council) and the SFI, (Sustainable Forestry Initiative)
Want More?

Chain of Custody (CoC) is the process by which certified forest products are verified to come from properly managed, sustainable sources.
http://certification.us.bureauveritas.com

FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not for profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world's forests. www.fsc.org

SFI program is based on the premise that responsible environmental behavior and sound business decisions can co-exist. www.aboutsfi.org

What Can You Do?
  • Utilize a paper with high post-consumer content.
  • Request recycled thermal paper.
  • Select paper products that have minimal or no chlorine added in the bleaching process to brighten paper.