RR Donnelley is a global provider of integrated communications. The company works collaboratively with more than 60, 000 customers worldwide to develop custom communications solutions that reduce costs, drive top line growth, enhance ROI and ensure compliance. Drawing on a range of proprietary and commercially available digital and conventional technologies deployed across four continents, the company employs a suite of leading Internet based capabilities and other resources to provide premedia, printing, logistics and business process outsourcing services to clients in virtually every private and public sector.
Being recognized for our efforts in industry innovation, inclusion and corporate excellence is what makes RR Donnelley stand apart from the competition, and be the choice among stakeholders. The recognition we receive acknowledges the work we have done, and the progress we have made as a corporation. RR Donnelley's practices are built around the concept that sustainability does not involve making a choice between being cost-effective and being conscious of environmental impacts. It integrates the two.
Reuse, repair, repurpose, and recycle. These practices guide our waste minimization efforts. We work with our customers and suppliers to ensure that packaging and other materials meet environmentally-responsible specifications, for example, by including post-consumer fiber.
Our facilities also focus on: Returning wood pallets to vendors for reuse; Reusing the bubble wrap received as wrapping around our thermal papers; Using end-of-roll paper as packing material; Reusing paper cardboard wrappers and roll headers as packing material between layers; Reusing polystyrene wrap to affix printed rolls on pallets; Recycling oil, plastic wrap, aluminum printing plates, CDs (shredded), end rolls (also used as packing material), bare cores (cardboard), carbon interleave, bound and stapled waste, negatives, plastic wrap, add roll trim, paper tear off, and office paper; Reclaiming silver from spent photo fixer; Using and laundering cloth shop towels; Returning forklift batteries for recycling; Reprocessing ink to new ink specifications or re-mixing it into the black (key) inks; Repairing and reusing broken/damaged pallets.