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Riverworks Printing

4 Alden Ave

Greenland, NH 03840

(603) 431-0900

Green Alliance Members Receive:

  • 10% off all printing services

Visually stunning wall wraps decorate the walls of RiverWorks Printing’s production studio in Greenland, NH. Printed on eco-friendly Wallshot material, these are no ordinary posters. They’re biodegradable, more durable than poster paper, and are easy as peel and stick to install. The Wallshot sticker can be reapplied onto most surfaces time and time again without losing adhesiveness or leaving behind residue!


That’s just one example of how RiverWorks Printing founder Jeff Cutter and Print Manager Danis Chamberlin are working to shift how the large-format print industry operates. By offering cutting edge products that are both visually appealing and have some level of sustainability at affordable prices, helps the customer make better choices. In an industry known for waste, RiverWorks Printing provides customers with unique eco-friendly options, from biodegradable banners and recyclable posters to banner stands.​ The whole shop was designed from the ground up to support sustainability and efficient work flow.

They also go out of their way to ensure that any waste they do produce doesn’t end up directly in local landfills. Beyond the standard recycling fare, ink and ink cartridges, PVC, plastics and coated paper also get recycled at RiverWorks Printing. Print and signage material cut-offs get donated to local schools for art programs and beyond. They work with different companies to expand the recycling and repurposing options and push the envelope on what kinds of materials are considered recyclable within the large format print industry. ​

What makes RiverWorks Green?​​

  • Offers a healthier approach to signage with eco-friendly products at affordable prices.

  • Recycles all printer inks and cartridges: Eco-solvent, latex & water based.

  • Recycles and/or repurpose most material/media waste, including polystyrene, corrugated plastic and plastics mix.

  • Works with a source for carrier paper recycling and other hard to recycle materials.

  • Recycles/Reuses packaging, and suggest customers do as well.

  • Constantly researches and implements cleaner ways to do business through media research, techniques, equipment and energy credits.

  • Donates to local sustainable causes/non-profits: CCA, Trout Unlimited, Great Bay Oyster recycling, Families First and Seacoast area schools.

  • Puts pressure on vendors to maintain and/or implement sustainability practices and to continue production of sustainable medias.

Some eco-friendly products include:

  • Recyclable/biodegradable fabric-based adhesive-backed wall decal, with heavy metal and Phthalates-free adhesive, printed with water-based latex inks

  • Compostable stickers

  • Recyclable banners and display boards

  • Fully recyclable, retractable, metal banner stands, with recyclable insert.

  • Works with a vendor to create marketing materials made with 100% Hydropower and/or with using low impact vegetable oil and low VOC soy inks.

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