Greenogue Business The Printed Image Welcomes Minister for Visit

The Printed Image Greenogue Rathcoole

The Printed Image – Home of Sustainability were delighted to welcome Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe TD, local Fine Gael TD Deputy Emer Higgins and local Fine Gael Councillor Shirley O’Hara to new Greenogue premises on the 23rd of November. The local public representative’s visit was an excellent show of support for The Printed Image in their ongoing sustainability initiatives and continued growth as an Irish employer. They are proud to be ISO-9001 and FSC® certified, ensuring all paper is sourced from FSC® certified mills promoting exemplary sustainable forest management. Alongside this, they concentrate on waste stream segregation, recycling everything they can including waste paper and board, ink tins, HDPE and LDPE containers, wooden pallets and plastic wraps and films. They operate a100% effluent free site. 

The Printed Image Greenogue Rathcoole
From left to right, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe TD, TD Emer Higgins, Managing Director Tom Moriarty and Small Format Digital Manager Phil Melia look at artwork produced on our new our new Xerox® Iridesse® Production Press.

Managing Director Tom Moriarty and Chief Operations Officer Tracy Dodd showcased their graphical and structural design, printing and branded promotional merchandise capabilities with a tour of the factory on the day. They highlighted the company’s state of the art production machinery and showcased new Xerox® Iridesse® Production Press. This is a high-end, professional production press which delivers a significant impact per printed page through digital speciality enhancements and Colour FLX Technology. 

Tom Moriarty, Managing Director of The Printed Image said “I am delighted to welcome the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, Emer Higgins TD and Cllr. Shirley O’Hara to our Greenogue home and am very grateful for their support of our 100% Irish company in this difficult business environment. We discussed in detail the challenges presented by Covid-19, Brexit and the current global supply-chain issues which have led to significant upward price pressures for Irish business. We found our guests to be genuinely concerned and interested in our thoughts on these commercial issues and we also took great heart from their positive outlook for the future. We were very pleased and impressed to hear what their plans are, at Government and local level, to positively assist Irish business in dealing with those challenges” 

Tom continued “We were gratified with the real interest our guests showed in what we do at The Printed Image, our efforts and progress in environmental sustainability and in the time they took to engage with us and to and listen to our fantastic staff”. 

All parties were delighted to have visited The Printed Image and all remarked on our efforts in promoting 100% Irish eco-friendly options and solutions to clients.   

Sarah Brooks

Sarah Brooks

Sarah has worked in marketing and content creation for many years. In her role at Newsgroup, she is the online editor of with a particular interest in local news and events. Sarah also works closely with our editorial team on our printed editions in Tallaght, Lucan, Clondalkin and Rathcoole/Saggart. If you have a story and would like to make contact please email Sarah at



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