News : Meet a Green Alliance Business: Pixels & Pulp

Oct 29, 2013

Published in the Portsmouth Herald on October 28th, 2013.

Editor's note: The Green Alliance is replacing its weekly Green Tips feature with a brief description of a member business and what it does to be green.

Who: Pixels & Pulp

What: Founded in 2008, Pixels & Pulp specializes in developing brands — including logos, print collateral, Web sites, trade show displays and everything in between — all with an eye toward sustainability.

Where: Berwick, Maine

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What makes them green:

They source FSC certified papers and printers, biodegradable display materials, Web site development resources that utilize renewable energy, and other environmentally responsible options.

They create materials that have a longer shelf life by making them more efficient, smaller, or multipurpose, making them less likely to end up in the recycling bin.
They work remotely out of their home offices so they have a reduced carbon footprint — no brick and mortar to maintain, no commute.

For more about Pixels & Pulp, visit To read more about the green initiatives and the sustainability profiles of more than 100 other local businesses, visit