We are a company committed to minimising our environmental impact at every stage of the printing process.

Vegetable-Based Inks

Many printers today use chemical-based inks, which can be harmful to living organisms. However, we vow always to use 100% safe vegetable-based inks for all of our printed materials.

Processless Plates

Unlike most printers, we have moved to a system of plates that develop without the need for environmentally damaging chemicals. These plates are more expensive than the more usual metal plates used by the industry but their only by-product is a solution of harmless citric acid, which makes disposal safer than ever.

Recycled Paper

Over 98% of the paper we use is either made from completely recycled content or is partly recycled and partly made up of pulp from forests managed by the FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council) where trees are cropped or felled in a systematic way to reduce the impact on ecosystems. The trees are then re-planted so the process is completely carbon neutral.

Recycled Waste

We think taking care of the planet is a serious issue, so we ensure we responsibly dispose and recycle all of our waste paper, aluminium plates and printers rags.

Hesketh prints our brochures for our smoke and ventilation products. We’re really happy with their service, they’re a lovely bunch of people and they’re a really good team…We send literature across to Hesketh for printing, sometimes we have issues with the artwork and literature and Hesketh always works with us to produce the best literature that they can.

Jade Weeber

Matt and the team at Hesketh Press and the studio are great at interpreting our briefs, the print is always on time, nothing’s ever too much trouble for them.

Amy Uphill

We’ve dealt with Hesketh Press now for about six or seven years and we’ve found that the service has been exemplary and the quality of the products has been great…We’ve purchased leaflets, catalogues and all our office stationery, and I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending them to any fellow competitors or suppliers.

Grant Abrahams