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We don't like set-up charges.

We bet you don't, either. So the price you see is the price you pay.

Promotional products made in the USA by Warwick Publishing

We Make It.

We're an American-owned business who manufactures our products in the USA.

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How Warwick goes green

with recycling & waste reduction

We're crazy about recycling.

In case you haven't heard, we manufacture our products in the USA. Because we make our products from raw materials, we are responsible for managing the manufacturing waste, which includes: paper or chipboard scraps, foil (from imprinting), ink canisters, and even shipping supplies like plastic film and pallets.

So what's an American manufacturer of promotional products to do?

Recycle.


The numbers on Warwick's recycling efforts

We take recycling seriously. What we send to our various recycling facilities each week varies depending on what we are currently manufacturing.

According to paperrecycles.org, it is estimated that every ton of paper that is recycled saves 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space.

So how much landfill space does Warwick not fill up by recycling? In any given month, we can generate up to 40,000 pounds of recyclable material (or 20 tons). That's a lot of weight—and a lot of landfill space that isn't being filled.

Reycling manufacturing paper waste at Warwick Publishing

These 11 tubs of recyclable waste is from just part of a week's worth of manufacturing calendars, folders, frames, and greeting cards at Warwick Publishing.

To put that volume into perspective, 20 tons is roughly:

Warwick recycled materials weigh as much as three elephants

Three times heavier than an African elephant.

Warwick recyclable materials weigh as much as three T-Rex dinosaurs

Three times heavier than a T-Rex.

Warwick recycled materials weigh as much as 40 grand pianos

40 times heavier than a grand piano.

That's a lot of volume recycled from just one manufacturer—
and it's a lot of waste that has been diverted from the landfill.


We're also crazy about waste reduction.

There are many reasons why manufacturing from raw materials is good for business.

The main reason?

If we control the process, we control how much waste is made.

If we see too much waste being created, we figure out how we can maximize each sheet of paperboard so that we cut out all that we can on each piece of paper—thus creating less waste.

Because as much as we enjoy recycling, using more of the raw material to make products instead of sending it off as manufacturing waste is our ultimate goal.


Learn more about our environmental responsibility on our blog

Reycling paper waste at Warwick Publishing

Each machine in our plant has a recycling bin accessible. On several machines, the unused scraps drop straight into the bins and are ready for recycling.