We are all too aware that publishing books has an impact upon the environment. The amount of waste paper that can be created during the process of creating a book is frightening. That's why we took the decision in 2004 to try to minimise the environmental impact that our company's activities have.

Since 2005, all of the waste paper that we produce has been sent for recycling, and certified as being destroyed to comply with the Data Protection Act. We also work with our various print companies to ensure that all stocks of paper used in the manufacture of any of our books are from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), to minimise our impact upon the environment.

Troubador Publishing is also registered with the Data Protection Registrar, so all of our clients — be they authors, book buyers, journal or magazine subscribers — have the assurance that their personal details will not be passed on to third party companies. We pride ourselves on ensuring that any personal information we hold is kept personal.

In addition — despite the obvious opportunities — we do not accept any advertising on any of our web pages, as we feel that this impinges upon the integrity of our service offering to all.

For further information on the company's environmental policy, please contact the Managing Director.