Portsmouth, NH, July 24, 2019 --(PR.com)-- High Tech coming out of the Seacoast of NH and leading the Way Globally.
Over 17,000 offices in North America have switched over to bio-based toner. The technology isn’t coming from SF Valley, or Texas. It’s coming from a small seaside town in a small New England state. Companies from aerospace to your regional sports team’s front office have made the switch seamlessly and effortlessly to Environment First Printing, out of Portsmouth, NH. All of EFP’s customers pride themselves in using sustainable resources wherever possible. Using Bio-Based toner from Environment First Printing will save an average sized office of 100 employee’s 3000-4000 liters of foreign oil a year, by using bio-based toner. In addition to the foreign oil savings, without the toxins from the oil-based toner, offices enjoy excellent air quality, with minimal air pollutants. More and more offices are concerned with the toxins in traditional oil based toner cartridges.
Shawn Rogers, Sales Representative from EFP said, "It’s easy to see why customers all over the US are switching to printing with EFP’s Bio-Based Toner, we use soybean oil instead of petroleum, we cost less than the OEM, and our customers are enthusiastic about saving the environment. We provide our customers with the best service, fair pricing, and an honest commitment to their location. Not a lot of other companies really care. We do!"
The Company is led by local Entrepreneur and Investor Matthew Airey, who has called the Seacoast of NH home for over 10 years. When asked why he chose NH to HQ his company his thoughts were, “Portsmouth and the Seacoast is home to me. My children are getting raised and educated here, we find an incredible youthful workforce here, and we find a lot of our energy from our beautiful surroundings." When Airey isn’t leading a mission on saving foreign oil, you can find him with his two children at the local park, boating, or walking the woods. When Mr. Airey was asked what's next in his adventures, his response was unique. "For me, the mission for what we provide is the focus. I have been blessed to be around 'problem solvers' my whole life. My goal is to continue to solve problems and make this temporary home a better place for our children's children." Airey also leads a Real Estate enterprise focused on providing high end short term rentals from Boston North.
The company has an informative website at www.environmentfirstprinting.com and encourages all parties that have a laser or desktop printer to go and connect. The company has customers from Fortune 500, to local tap houses. They have a commitment to save oil, no matter how big or small the client.
For more information on how to print without oil like s many, write into EFP online, or contact Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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