Monroe Courier printing plant to install eco-friendly system

Tuesday, 08 May 2012 20:33

The Monroe Courier newspaper will be getting a makeover soon, with better graphics and a more efficient and eco-friendly printing system.

Trumbull Printing on Spring Hill Road, where the Courier and other Hersam Acorn Newspapers are printed weekly, will be installing new plate processing equipment that is chemical-free and will provide crisper, cleaner imaging and will further enhance print quality.

The new arrangement is estimated to significantly reduce water consumption required to process plates from 30,000 gallons per month to 300 gallons per month. The Trumbull installation and conversion began at the end of April.

Trumbull Printing, which is owned by Hersam Acorn, operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Along with Hersam Acorns many community weekly newspapers and supplements, it prints publications from throughout the Northeast as well as some international publications.

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