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Arbor Day in the United States
Arbor Day is a state holiday to promote tree planting in Nebraska and is held on the last Friday of April.

Celebrate Arbor Day
On Arbor Day, people are encouraged to care for their natural environment. It's a time for people to get their hands in the dirt and plant and/or care for trees, bushes, and plants. Events include: communal tree planting, exhibitions, fairs, music performances, and open days in garden centers. Arbor Day awards are also presented in communities, schools, and organizations throughout the United States.

Public Life
Arbor Day falls on the last Friday of April in Nebraska. It is a legal holiday so some state offices and historic sites are closed. Some schools are closed, while others remain open, so residents must check with their local school on possible school closures. Some businesses are closed but others may remain open.

About Arbor Day
In 1854, J. Sterling Morton moved from Detroit to the area that is now Nebraska. He and other pioneers noticed a lack of trees, which were needed to act as windbreaks to stabilize the soil and to give shade from the sun. Morton planted many trees around his own home and encouraged others to do the same.
On January 4, 1872, he proposed a holiday to plant trees on April 10 that year. This was known as "Arbor Day" and prizes were awarded to the counties and individuals who planted the most trees on the day. About one million trees were planted in Nebraska on the first Arbor Day. In 1885, Arbor Day became a legal holiday and was moved to April 22, which was Morton's birthday. In 1989, the official state holiday was moved to the last Friday in April. All states in the US now have an official Arbor Day, usually at a time of year that has the best weather conditions for planting trees.
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We are such a "green" company, it's in our logo! :D
Happy Earth Day Everyone! <3
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The paper companies we deal with harvest trees from tree farms specifically planted, harvested, and replanted to provide an on-going source of paper pulp.
We recycle all of our scrap paper daily. The off-cuts and spoiled sheets are put into our compactor, made into bales, and sent to a local recycling center for processing.
We recommend the use of recycled papers when possible.
Our toner cartridges are sent back to the manufacturer for reprocessing.
We use soy-based inks for lithographic printing. Soy ink contains soybean oil, the same oil used in cooking oil. Soy inks emit one-fifth the VOC’s of petroleum-based inks, using less than 1% of the energy needed to produce. It is a renewable resource because it is vegetable-based and supports American agriculture. Soy ink is also easier to remove from paper during de-inking, resulting in brighter recycled papers.
We look for ways to reduce our electrical consumption and to minimize the usage of all raw materials.
We encourage digital proofing via email when feasible, to cut down on paper and fuel costs associated with paper proofs.
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Welcome to Paulhamus Litho Inc.

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    Welcome to Paulhamus Litho Inc

    Paulhamus Litho is a family-owned company located in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, serving the East Coast with quality printing at competitive prices.

    We share our expert knowledge about design and printing using quality materials, and emphasizing customer service to meet you requirements.

    Complete Printing Service / Full Color Printing. Browse thru our website to become acquainted with our capabilities. We look forward to hearing from you regarding your printing needs.

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    Capabilities / Services
    We would like to take this opportunity to let you know some of the new things happening here at Paulhamus Litho, Inc. With the advances in equipment and technology, it is not possible for someone in the printing business to stand idle. Likewise, it is a real challenge to keep up with all the innovations. We are well aware of the fact that our customers are the most important asset that we have and that our number one priority is to keep them happy. Quick service and a high quality product is essential.

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    History of Paulhamus Litho Inc.

    Robert C. Paulhamus founded Paulhamus Litho in 1957. It began as a one-man print shop in the basement of a hardware store in Montoursville, PA. He started out with a foot treadle letterpress, an old-model 11″x17″ litho press, a hand-cranked cutter, a foot-powered stapling machine, and three cabinets of used movable type.

    By 1959 the company was operating on a full time basis, gradually updating machinery and employing people skilled in many fields of the graphic arts.
    In 1961 a new building was erected at 1128 Broad Street. As the company grew two additions increased the size of the building to accommodate more equipment.

    In 1975 Paulhamus Litho, Inc. moved to its present location on Old Montoursville Road. Over the years, it has increased the number of employees from nine to 29 and is constantly adding to its design and printing capabilities to maintain its leadership for unbeatable quality and service.

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    Equipment

    Pre-Press / Press and Finish Operations

We look forward to working with you. Quality print since 1957.