55 Long Street
Cape Town

Hot Ink

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Hot Ink is an owner driven business which offers everything under one roof: high end graphic design carried through to top quality laser printing by a committed team of designers who go the extra mile. They collect and deliver as well as do conceptual design, finished art and DTP.

Since printing is a very necessary part of our daily lives here are some reasons why doing it at Hot Ink will ease the burden on our planet slightly:

• Laser printing allows you to print only what you need – less unnecessary wastage.

• Hot Ink offers advice on greener paper choices and encourages the use of environmentally friendlier papers by offering a standard discount for jobs printed on these papers.

• All paper waste generated at Hot Ink is collected by Mondi for recycling.

• The laser printing process uses powder toner which is more environmentally friendly than liquid inks some of which are solvent based. Many customers wonder how toners compare to vegetable based inks such as “soy inks” - something which is being marketed as the "greener" option. The use of soy-based inks is desirable in traditional offset printing because, by substituting the soy oil for part of the petroleum oil, volatile organic emissions are reduced. Hot Ink uses dry toners, not liquid inks. Toners are fine powders composed of plastics, colorants and small quantities of functional additives. Since Xerox toners are safe and non-toxic and the product is manufactured according to strict emission standards, emissions of volatile organic compounds during printing should not be a concern.

• All printer consumbles are returned to Xerox for recycling and/or remanufacturing

• All Xerox papers used are both FSC and PEFC certified

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