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 Features
8th August 2014
The International Standards Organisation has updated ISO TS 14067, the specification for calculating the carbon footprint of products and services.
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 Features
25th July 2014
Laurel Brunner asks whether high level international conferences, such as the recent United Nations Environmental Assembly, encourage or stifle green innovation
Published in Features
14th July 2014
Laurel Brunner asks whether shareholders will start to demand the corporate world becomes more environmentally astute, and how that might affect print buyers in their...
Published in Features
10th July 2014
Paul Machin investigates how the European Chemicals Agency could undermine European printers in their efforts to compete with lesser regulated markets.
Published in Features
24th June 2014
Productivity and efficiency are normally at the top of companies priorities but what if you could improve both of these elements whilst reducing environmental impact?
Published in Features
17th June 2014
Does your company have a Waste Manager?  If you start thinking that cost of your waste is sale price plus the price of disposal, the real cost soon adds up.
Published in Features
16th June 2014
Laurel Brunner looks at some examples of nanotechnology, and how developments in manufacturing could help reduce the environmental impact of the print industry.
Published in Features
27th May 2014
Election fever all over the world has seen some dramatic results. Moribund governments are getting dumped as voters look to more energetic alternatives in the hope that...
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 Features
20th May 2014
With the announcement of its smallest, lowest cost ever Latex printer, HP is going after the entry level wide format user market for the first time.
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