August 10, 2017
PrintReleaf has announced that Wepa, a cloud-based print solution serving college campuses across North America, has chosen PrintReleaf to reforest its entire printing production. Under the agreement, Wepa will use the PrintReleaf API, assuring Wepa customers that paper used on their print jobs has been certifiably reforested.
Commenting on the agreement, PrintReleaf CEO and Founder Jordan Darragh said: “PrintReleaf is pleased to ally with Wepa to provide students at major universities and colleges with documented and certified reforestation services. With PrintReleaf, Wepa customers will know they are printing in the most socially responsible manner available.”
Discussing the PrintReleaf relationship, Wepa Chief Technology Officer Raj Batchu said: “The Wepa-PrintReleaf relationship is an excellent solution that is easy for our customers to understand and simple for us to execute. We are thrilled to expand our green initiatives even further.”
Wepa is a provider of print kiosk pay stations, at universities and colleges including UCLA, Case Western Reserve University, The George Washington University, University of Colorado-Boulder, and Muhlenberg College. A pay-for-print cloud solution, Wepa enables students and the public to print from any mobile device, smart phone, or tablet with an Internet connection. The service may also be accessed from laboratory, library, and personal computers, as well as cloud storage providers and USB files at any Wepa print kiosk.
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