Reduce your community’s environmental footprint with Princh

Minimize your environmental footprint through shared printing with the Princh printing and payment solution.

Sustainability
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Sharing economy for sustainability

Princh was founded with the mission to create a global network of easily accessible public printers to eliminate the need for having a printer at home. It is our goal to be a better, cheaper, and more convenient alternative to having and maintaining a home printer. On top of this, Princh is a significantly more sustainable solution – 25 times more sustainable, actually.

Princh brings the sharing economy to printing by making it easy for users to find a printer nearby and even easier to print and pay from their own devices. We created our unique, interactive find-a-printer map, where every printer location is visible to see for anyone looking for a shared printer.

Hence, after installing Princh, your printers will be visible on this map too, showing your community that you offer convenient, user-friendly printing and payment; increasing foot traffic to your locations, and reducing the overall environmental footprint of your community!

As one of our app reviews states: “Easy to use (…), it even found the closest library I didn’t know existed!”

Princh Find A Sustainable Printer

Sustainable printing with Princh

user friendly printing solution

Eliminate paper waste

By allowing users to preview their files and requiring them to pay for their print jobs in advance, Princh reduces printing, copying and scanning mistakes, further reducing CO2 emissions.

Secure printing solution for libraries

Administration panel

The Administration panel allows you to enable our manual release feature and to set duplex printing as the default setting, further reducing CO2 emissions from printing.

Compatible With Any Printer

Compatible with any printer

Our printing and payment solution is printer agnostic, which means your organization will not need to dispose of or buy new hardware, preventing further CO2 emissions.