Green print on demand

Print on demand is great. Eco-responsible print on demand is even better.

A strong ecological commitment.

Environmental conservation is a concern for many.

TPOP has chosen to putSustainability at the heart of its print on demand business.

That is why we try to respect an ecological approach for each of the different stages of our work: organic and/or eco-responsible goods, eco-certified inks, plastic-free packaging.

So what does this mean in practice?

We work mainly with textile companies that are committed to an ecological approach, respectful of the environment and human labour (STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certification; OCS, affiliation with the Fair Wear Foundation).

Of course, textiles are not everything on a garment. What about the ink? Your visuals come to life thanks to 100% eco-certified water-based inks by OEKO-TEX® ECO PASSPORT. But what else? Our inks take care of your skin by banning chemicals, but are also much more environmentally friendly.

As you know, in addition to textiles, TPOP offers other environmentally friendly products such as water bottles and mugs. These products are excellent ecological alternatives to plastic bottles and cups: they avoid waste, can be refilled endlessly and can last for years if you maintain them properly.

In addition, these products are much healthier than plastic bottles (plastic pollutes the water).

Finally, the packaging of our print on demand products. Here again, as part of its ecological commitment, TPOP refuses to use plastic packaging. On the menu, therefore, for our shipments: packaging in attractive recyclable cardboard sleeves or, depending on the size of the product, in flexible sleeves made from recycled materials.

A significant advantage is that they look good: your customers will be impressed when they receive their packages.

Even stationery (delivery notes, for example) features recycled paper.

Selling online is an ideological choice, you will be shipping a huge amount of products all over the world: it is inconceivable not to do it in a clean way.