Hollyhock catalogue wins environmentally progressive award for Hemlock Printers at 2010 Environmental Printing Awards

The yearly catalogue created by Hollyhock Educational Retreat Centre and printed by Hemlock Printers was honoured this year, winning the bronze award for Most Environmentally Progressive Printing Project at the 2010 Environmental Printing Awards.

Hosted each year by PrintAction Magazine, the Environmental Printing Awards celebrate sustainability in the print industry. This is the fifth consecutive year that Hemlock Printers has won this award.

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For more information on Hollyhock, check out their award-winning program catalogue.

For more information on Hemlock Printers sustainability programs, check out their website.

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