Bridging the digital and environmental divide

ASL Marketing Group’s new Environmental Print Assessment (EPA) initiative goes beyond conventional assessments, offering schools a holistic analysis of their print infrastructure while considering environmental impacts.

In the office service supplier’s steadfast commitment to bridge the gap between physical and digital realms, it will examine factors such as power usage, consumable item consumption, and overall carbon footprint.

This empowers schools to make informed decisions that not only enhance efficiency but also reduce their environmental footprint.

In today’s ever-evolving landscape, where the integration of technology into education is paramount, ASL recognises the need to not only innovate digitally but also to tread lightly on the planet.

The company’s EPA seamlessly combines its vision of bridging the physical and digital with its dedication to environmental stewardship.

The EPA process begins with a comprehensive evaluation of the school’s existing print infrastructure, ensuring that recommendations are aligned with both environmental goals and technological advancements.

By embracing the EPA, schools can not only streamline their print operations but also contribute to a greener future.

Through reduced energy consumption, minimized waste, and eco-friendly printing practices, schools can set a powerful example of environmental stewardship for students and staff alike.

Join ASL in their mission to bridge the gap between physical and digital, while simultaneously fostering environmental sustainability.

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