Frequently Asked Questions

What is Greenline Print?

What does it do?

How does it work?

I'm a publisher, why should I use

What does it mean to „choose your footprint“?

How are carbon emissions calculated?

What is PAS 2050?

What is ISO 16759:2013?

What's a carbon dioxide equivalent?

I’m a general consumer, why should I use

How trustworthy is the life cycle emissions quantification and grading?

Why can’t I offset the emissions of the printed products?

Who initiated Greenline Print and why?

Do I have to print in Kroonpress to use Greenline Print?

Can small printshops join as well?

Wouldn’t it be better for the environment if we stopped using paper products altogether?

What’s a cradle-to-gate life cycle?

Why doesn’t Greenline Print encompass a full cradle-to-cradle life cycle assessment?

How can paper end-of-life be carbon-negative?

What are the ranges for A to F grades?

Why are the grade ranges at these levels?

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A graded life cycle label for publishers

The application grades the entire life cycle greenhouse gas emissions depending on your location, paper, printing house, etc and issues a unique ecolabel.

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why use it?

Increase the environmental credibility of your prints. All approved labels become live online and include in-depth data.

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