Large format print with a net POSITIVE impact on the planet
When you buy large format print from Seacourt your work will have a net positive environmental impact.
When it comes to large format graphics we:
Ensure all of our work is PVC-free
Only use materials that are recycled, recyclable or biodegradable
Design out waste by choosing the right materials for the job
Close the loop ensuring that what we produce is recycled and taking responsibility for it
Offset 110% of our entire supply chain impacts with Gold standard VER offsets.
Contact us to discuss your next large format print project.
Supporting our clients to inspire a shift to sustainability
We supply and work with many arts and creative organisations, helping them to make sustainable buying decisions, and through their large audiences, inspiring others to do the same.
We have teamed up with arts sustainability charity Julie’s Bicycle to help creative sectors make buying decisions that will help to reverse the damage from global heating.
Museums, art galleries, festivals and live performance all use colossal amounts of printed material. Many programme guides, posters, outdoor banners, displays and signage are often made by conventional, harmful printing methods using damaging materials that don’t degrade and give off airborn VOCs.
Arts organisations have huge reach and influence in the public sphere. Put simply, our creative communities can change culture and attitudes.
“Julie’s Bicycle exists to support the creative community to act on the climate crisis and become environmentally sustainable. By partnering with Seacourt, we are joining up with an organisation that leads by example and that shares our values to the core.”
Laura Pando Martinez, Julie’s Bicycle
What our clients say about us
“We produce a large number of outdoor banners for our sites around the UK. Previously these were produced using harmful PVC based material and sometimes only used for a short period of time. Seacourt have supported National Trust in preventing harmful PVC entering landfill and now they produce our banners onto a recyclable material that once we’re finished with is taken back by Seacourt and recycled. Their closed loop lifecycle is brilliant and really easy for us as they take care of everything their end.”
Jessie Morris, Print & Production Manager, National Trust Heelis
“We love working with Seacourt and they support us to use the most sustainable materials. They work with us to come up with the best solutions ensuring we’re minimising waste and are able to recycle everything we produce. With a brand like ours, it’s key to partner with a supplier who is leading the way in sustainability.”
Goddard A-Mortty, Designer, Planet Organic Head Office
“WWF believes that sustainability should be at the heart of everything we do. Seacourt certainly share this belief and that’s why we’re proud to work with them. They ensure the work we produce uses the most sustainable materials and is done so with a positive impact. They are investing in a UN-backed project at the mouth of the Amazon rainforest which is helping to conserve 86,000 hectares of forest and regenerate deforested land. It’s important to us that we work with suppliers who share our beliefs and our goals.”
Georgina Ménage, Mass Fundraising Officer, WWF-UK