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MET recognized for the most Environmentally Progressive Print projects in Canada

MET recognized for the most Environmentally Progressive Print projects in Canada

January 19, 2012 scott Posted in Design, Environment, Technical, Uncategorized

TED Global Conference Guide GOLD

MET came home with Bronze, Silver and Gold in the prestigious “Most Environmentally Progressive Print Project” category at the Canadian Printing Awards Gala in Toronto presented by Print Action Magazine.

Scott Gray, MET’s Director of Brand was on hand to accept the awards “This is a tremendous honor for us and shows how MET’s environmental efforts are paying off. This is the fourth year we have won in this category but the first that we taken all 3 awards. Our clients understand the power of the Green Economy; the MET process and our crafts-people are able to make Environmental Print production look gorgeous as it is part of our everyday lifestyle here.” Gray continues “ Our partnerships with Climate Smart / Pacific Carbon Trust , MAN Roland and Enviro Image Solutions have helped develop our Green Economy toolkit and our clients drive the process forward.”

The winning projects are:
Gold – TED Global Conference Guide, designed by Hybrid Design of San Francisco.
Silver – design mind Magazine, frog design of San Francisco.
Bronze – Spring 2011 issue of Montecristo Magazine published in Vancouver, BC

for more information, please contact
Scott Gray
Director of Brand
1 866 254 4201

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