Environmental & Security
Environment, charity, and community development live at the heart of ColorArt's core values and mission.
ColorArt is committed to providing innovative greener solutions that satisfy our clients' printing needs and our environmental responsibilities to the planet through environmentally friendly policies and practices.
ColorArt manufactures products using the safest raw materials and complies with all local, state, and federal regulations. We are committed to leveraging our strengths, talents, resources, and technologies to serve our communities and customers, including acknowledging our environmental responsibilities. Additionally, we work to educate our customers on the use of wind and other "green" power sources and selecting papers that utilize Post-Consumer Waste. ColorArt facilities are FSC certified.
- Responsible Paper Sourcing & recycling
- Always minimize the impact of our operations on the environment
- Educate our customers on innovative sustainable or eco-certified products
- Constantly evaluate environmental performance to improve energy efficiency, reduce waste and minimize pollutants at our production facilities
- Employee-wide accountability for full compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and standards
Our ColorArt associates raise money and volunteer for many causes, including breast cancer, Alzheimer's research, Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Bright Beginnings, Dress for Success, and countless local schools and community organizations. ColorArt actively sponsors deserving organizations such as St Jude’s Hospital, local food banks and the Ronald McDonald house, and supports the causes of our customers by participating in their annual charity events.
ColorArt’s customers rely on our proven ability to process and manage highly sensitive data. Our compliance team monitors all security controls, assessments, and third-party audits.
We hold ISO 27001:2013 and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). We operate Health Insurance Portability Act (HIPAA/HITECH) and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) compliant plants, along with following EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - all throughout our CMS compliant facilities.
ColorArt employees participate in compliance training on data protection and cybersecurity. Each employee follows strict compliance standards and is versed in working with personally identifiable or protected health information (PII and PHI).
ColorArt has developed workflows that prepare for disaster recovery and strengthen our processes as the need for data security heightens. We understand the importance of keeping confidential data secure.
At ColorArt, we continue to build security awareness into our company culture with ongoing communication across the entire organization to ensure everyone understands committed strong security practices are part of everyone's job.