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Graeme Richardson-Locke shares his experience of the FESPA UK Association’s Industry 4.0 conference that took place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry.
Graeme Richardson-Locke discusses his experience at FESPA’s General Assembly 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria which was attended by FESPA Board members, Associations members and staff.
In the fifth part of a series of blogs, Laurel Brunner discusses the importance for print brands to ensure their employees are aware of their sustainability responsibilities.
Graeme Richardson-Locke discusses his delight in being welcomed as a member of the Academy of Screen and Digital Printing Technologies and his attendance at the Academy’s dinner in Las Vegas.
Laurel Brunner discusses the partnership between Unilever and Veolia who are looking to monetise waste more efficiently to improve recycling processes for plastics recycling and recovery.
FESPA's Executive Director Sean Holt discusses the latest trends in the speciality print sector founded in the FESPA 2018 Print Census.
Laurel Brunner discusses how world-famous food and beverage company Kraft Heinz is improving its sustainability commitments with the aim of having 100% recyclable packaging by 2025.
Graeme Richardson-Locke describes his experience at the BILL 14 conference in Piešťany Slovakia. The FESPA supported event featured a variety of industry specific and technical presentations.
Laurel Brunner discusses how the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s new coalition is making great strides in plastic pollution management.
FESPA’s Executive Director, Sean Holt discusses the rise in optimism in the global speciality print community and the constant development in machinery, consumables and media.
Laurel Brunner discusses the use of nano particles in inks in the print industry and how this may affect the environment and human health.
Laurel Brunner discusses the issues that confronts the print industry regarding recycling plastic and how this can be improved.
In the fourth part of a series of blogs, Laurel Brunner shares ideas for topics addressed in environmental policy statements.
Laurel Brunner discusses new sustainable technologies that can be applied to the textile printing sector.
Graeme Richardson-Locke discusses his experience attending ESMA’s Printed Interior Decoration Conference on the 5th and 6th June which featured various insights from leading figures in the wide-format digital printing sector as well as both technical and creative presentations.
In part three of a series, Laurel Brunner discusses the importance of policy statements and effective waste management processes in increasing environmental awareness in the print industry.
Graeme Richardson-Locke shares his experience visiting various London-based screen and digital printers with new FESPA staff to learn more about the print industry.
Laurel Brunner continues to discuss the importance of spreading the sustainability message in the print industry. Laurel gives examples of how industry associations can encourage sustainability awareness amongst members.
Laurel Brunner discusses the importance of spreading the sustainability message in the print industry. Members of the print industry can achieve this by meeting the three Rs: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
Laurel Brunner discusses how big brands such as IKEA and Starbucks are being ambitious with their sustainability efforts including removing plastic straws.
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