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Moving to on-demand inkjet labelling could help European businesses become significantly more efficient and sustainable, and poitentially save millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year, according to new research from independent consultant Smithers.
Accurate carbon reporting means avoiding greenwash.
The industry needs new goals to halt the biodiversity crisis. To start with, good energy and waste management can reduce the release of pollutants into the atmosphere.
As an increasing amount of print service providers are using sublimation print to move into new areas, FESPA.com takes a look at some of the latest technologies that could help your business expand into profitable markets
Graeme Richardson-Locke speaks with Dominic Harris, Managing Director at Carbon Quota, and Nathan Swinson-Bullough, Managing Director at ImageCo.
FESPA interviews Dominic Harris from CarbonQuota to discuss terminology such as GHG, net zero, carbon neutral, SBTi, SDG, climate change and biodiversity collapse.
In this FESPA Coffee Break, we will look at the process of calculating the C02 emissions from a wide range of printed products.
Debbie McKeegan discusses the future of industrial textile printing and how digital printing benefits in reducing the environmental footprint.
The landscape of Textiles is evolving – Over the next few years we will see many innovations: new ways of growing virgin fibres, new synthetics and sustainable recycled fabrics - created using efficient recycling techniques, all of which will change the fabrics that we source and specify as designers and printers in a circular industry.
Short run packaging is finally viable for printing businesses providing opportunities to respond to the growing demands for customised packaging as well as supporting sustainability goals says Rob Brown, Senior Manager Business Development, Industry Print, OKI Europe Ltd
HP worked with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation to ensure its business practices were fit for a more sustainable future.
In our recent FESPA Innovation & Trends (FIT) virtual event for wide format print, we brought together three printers from different countries to discuss trends in wide format and hear their thoughts on what the future holds.
A CNC router can come in handy for sign and display graphics as well as helping wide format printers expand into other industrial markets.
Climate change continues to be an ongoing issue, many European governments are changing their laws to help lower their environmental impacts. This has resulted in an increase in electricity prices. Many printers now are looking for their equipment to be energy efficient before buying.
While most media attention has been on climate change, there has been another crisis building that has an equally critical need for action: loss of biodiversity.
The theme of this year’s FESPA Global Print Expo is ‘Bringing Colour Back’. After almost 18 months feeling the commercial effects of the pandemic and stuck behind the screen, we aim to bring back colour, energy and positivity, and enable the speciality print community to come together face-to-face.
The Tennessee-based construction-tech company Branch Technology applied its experience in architectural facades and 3D-printing robots to complete the first freeform 3D-printed composite project in the world.
In this FESPA Coffee Break, we discuss how to get started with circular thinking to preserve resources and extend the useful life of our materials.
The textile industry is in flux – as it shifts to meet market demands it must adjust and retool its manufacturing processes. Epson technologies have been at the forefront of the digitisation of the print industry for many years.
In this FESPA Coffee Break, we’ll focus our discussion on how to get started with circular thinking to preserve resources and extend the useful life of our materials.
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