Sustainability Spotlight offers informative and actionable advice around environmental best practice to allow businesses to make more sustainable and environmentally friendly choices for their business. FESPA speaks to industry experts about sustainability where you can discover business opportunities to reduce, reuse and recycle materials and improve your knowledge.
What changes can we expect as textile supply chains develop?
Sam Taylor, the founder at The Good Factory discusses the expected changes print businesses can expect as textile supply chains evolve and develop.
Are bio-based synthetics a solution to the climate crisis?
Sam Taylor, the founder at The Good Factory discusses the importance for the textile industry to reduce their GHG emissions and how implementing and scaling bio-based synthetics could provide a solutions.
Battle of the bottles
Brands are seeking the perfect solution to package drinks and liquids but it might not exist… yet.
Time for textile turnaround
John Murphy, Technical Director Europe at Hohenstein Group shares information about OEKO TEX MADE IN GREEN product label. With this label allows buyers to easily trace the production of textile and leather goods.
Navigating the way to a sustainable future with ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX®
John Murphy, Technical Director Europe at Hohenstein Group shares information on OEKO TEX ECO PASSPORT and how it can assist factories and chemical suppliers to ensure that chemical products and their ingredients meet specific requirements for safety, sustainability and regulatory compliance.
The search for sustainable packaging
Nathan Tiller from CarbonQuota the ongoing war on plastic and other sustainable, fibre-based innovations. Life Cycle Assessments offer an objective view of the advantages and disadvantages of different materials.
You don’t have to be perfect, just do your best
Clare Taylor shares the importance for all businesses regardless of their size to start their sustainability journey. Clare speaks to Nathan Swinson-Bullough from Imageco about their sustainability journey.
The path from recyclable to recycled
"Touting your packaging as simply recyclable isn’t good enough (and could even be considered greenwashing). Brands must simplify and standardise to enable closed loops at scale so packaging is recycled."
What is the connection between the printing business and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
Regina Wilhelm, Sustainability and Environmental Management lead at Brother At Your Side reiterates the importance for print businesses to follow the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.