Published in Industry News
28th January 2016
Stakeholders globally are invited to nominate candidates to participate in the revision of the core standards of PEFC, the largest forest certification system.
Published in Industry News
10th September 2015
Largest forest country allows primary sustainability certification to expire. Paper and pulp products among those affected.
Published in Industry News
1st July 2015
The traceability of wood will be easier to manage as an ISO standard in development enters consultation period.
 
 
 

 

Published in Industry News
27th February 2015
Xeikon has announced its sponsorship of Belgium’s Planckendael Zoo and the Centre for Research and Conservation (CRC).
Published in Press Releases
5th February 2015
FESPA is staging four regional congresses in collaboration with its associations during the first half of 2015.
Published in Industry News
27th January 2015
ISO 14001 on environmental management systems has progressed to Final Draft International Standard, the next stage in the ISO standard revision process.
 
 
 

 

Published in Industry News
14th January 2015
Mid-Wales based printing company, "We Are Promotional Products" are on a mission to raise money and donate branded items for a local charity event.
Published in Industry News
5th January 2015
In a new report by the PEFC, visible and recognisable sustainability certification is now strongly influencing consumer decision-making.
Published in Industry News
3rd November 2014
Ever wondered what happens to old billboards? Find out how a global brand turned their hoardings into a unique accessory to complement their latest product.
Published in Press Releases
6th October 2014
FESPA has re-launched its respected Planet Friendly Guide in a new format consisting of a series of mini guides.
Published in Blogs
16th September 2014
Energy efficiency should influence your buying choices too, says Paul Machin, and lead to greater profitability as well as a smaller carbon footprint.
Published in Industry News
11th August 2014
More than 400,000 people may have died prematurely from air pollution in the EU, and almost two-thirds of the EU was exposed to unsafe levels of pollution.
Published in Industry News
1st August 2014
Laurel Brunner looks at ISO's refreshing new approach to updating standards in the print community.
Published in Blogs
20th May 2014
  Does it matter to the printer?  Once again there is controversy concerning the subject of climate change.  
Published in Industry News
19th May 2014
Check the Environmental Performance Index.  An initiative of Yale and Columbia Universities in the USA, the EPI ranks a country’s environmental performance...
Published in Blogs
12th May 2014
Change has come in a vast update to environmental law in China, the world's print powerhouse.  But how will the industry react, and why does the rule of law often...
Published in Industry News
7th May 2014
LumeJet is confident that its LED-based imaging system combined with precision fibre optics will attract users who want high colour gamut and true continuous tone...
Published in Blogs
2nd May 2014
Asian Pulp & Paper (APP) really do seem to be living up to their promises. When they announced their Forest Conservation Policy just over a year ago it had a serious...
Published in Blogs
25th April 2014
Understanding technology seems to be much less important than it used to be. Stuff works in our industry because the graphic arts industry has benefited from years of...
Published in Blogs
17th April 2014
Laurel Brunner takes a look at the obstacles facing companies and initiatives attempting to reduce environmental impact within the print industry and draws some...
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