Greener Greenkeeper with Paper Wrap

100% Recyclable paper wrap is the perfect eco-friendly alternative to poly mailers, with printed material providing impact as well as protection.


Pre-printed wraps provide eco friendly impact

Many publications are seeking out ways to lose the poly wrap to provide subscribers with a greener mailing solution. Subscribers desire for a more eco friendly delivery medium has accelerated the search as they demand recyclable or biodegradable solutions. The negative of paper wrap has always been centered around not seeing the publication. However more publications are converting to the more eco friendly paper wrap, publishers are finding options to combine visual impact as well as creating new advertising revenue opportunities.

Our members are constantly on the lookout for new ways to reduce their carbon footprint, improve their sustainability and look after the wider environment at their golf courses. They have inspired us here at BIGGA HQ to look at our own activities and ways we could improve our practices. The paper wrap is a simple and effective way of showing that we are aware of the need for everyone to do their bit to help the environment and is representative of the extensive efforts we’re putting into place to be a more sustainable and responsible business.

Karl Hansell Greenkeeper International Editor


Greenkeeper International

Greenkeeper International is the official magazine of BIGGA, the British and International Golf Greenkeeper Association. It's  Europe’s largest membership greenkeeping association, actively working to enhance the professional reputation and well being of golf greenkeepers and other sports turf professionals. The Association was formed to support greenkeepers and greenkeeping and provide a unified voice for the profession. Greenkeeper International is published on a monthly basis. It focuses on Greenkeepers and Course Managers throughout the greenkeeping profession. The magazine combines the latest news and new products with in-depth reports and analysis on issues of importance in golf course management.

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