Art Ink Print’s mandate is based on environmental viability and has been since its inception; long before most businesses were talking or thinking about environmental sustainability, recycling and/or waste. Scott Wingfield (CEO of Art Ink Print) has been a working artist, graphic designer, photographer and printer for over 30 years in the community, Scott has always believed in respecting mother nature, being aware of wastage and chemical pollution. Consideration of human environmental impact has been a focus and theme for many of his works of art. When purchasing and using print technologies, he researches the supplies and the processes involved to find the best quality and environmental choice options.
Our business structure (and most of the artists we work with) are in-line to support the conservation of our environment. We have/do participate in environmental fund raisers, through: artists, Wild Arc, SPCA, and other organizations who value and support ethical printing and sustainable development in our community. Biodiversity – plants, animals and micro-organisms – all rely on each other, as well as the air, water and soil ecosystems. Both businesses and humans are negatively affected by biodiversity loss, and the risks of jeopardizing the health of our critical ecosystems are great. We strive to be aware of emerging technologies, and how to lessen our footprint by being aware of pollutants & reusing/recycling as much as possible in our processes.
We are active participants in local, provincial and industry recycling programs, since day one. We recycle all of our paper scraps, toners, and reuse (or recycle) our packaging. Click on tabs below for more detailed information.