CPI Black Print is fully committed to continuous improvement in environmental impact.
We guarantee that our staff, suppliers and customers are aware of their role in achieving our sustainability goals and that our operations remain at the forefront of the printing industry using sustainable materials and energy.
The Pan-European Forest Certification (PEFC) is a voluntary system for the promotion and certification of sustainable forest management. Objectives of the PEFC certification:
- Promote the sustainable management of the forest area, for good environmental management, socially beneficial and economically viable.
- Strengthen and improve the positive image of forests and wood as a renewable raw material
- Ensure to society the origin of mass products managed in a sustainable way.
We fully comply with the chain of custody requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council®. Our certification with FSC® license C-159065 ensures that there is a transparent chain of custody from the forest, through the papermaking cycle to the final printed product. FSC® guarantees that the raw material used comes from a responsibly managed source.
CPI Black Print has a quality management system across the board and is certified under ISO9001. The certification covers all areas of our business, including:
Our factory is in the process of ISO 14001 certification.
ISO 14001 is an internationally recognized environmental quality standard that requires us to manage our supply chain, operations and waste streams responsibly, minimizing our impact on the environment and constantly improving our processes.
Corporate social responsibility
CPI Black Print is socially committed to initiatives such as:
- Collaboration with local graphic industry training centres to facilitate technical development and access to the job market
- Collaboration with the Sant Joan de Deu Hospital to finance childhood cancer research.
Quality, Environment and Chain of Custody Policy of CPI
Our service vocation based on proximity, technical knowledge, quality and sustainability has prompted us to adopt an integrated management model