Paper-fibre based materials for exhibitions builds and how they contribute to the circular economy
FESPA’s Head of Associations and Technical Lead speaks to Einar Ek, Director of Business Development from Re-board about how the use of paper fibre bring the exhibition industry closer to a circular economy. Einar discusses sustainable forestry management, renewable raw materials, reducing carbon footprint and cellulose fibre-based material.
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12 steps to create your sustainable web-to-print business
FESPA's Head of Associations & Technical Lead shares an insightful step by step guide on how to start a sustainable web-to-print business. This offers a lucrative opportunity for printers and provides personalised solutions in a sustainable way.
The use of mercury lamps on the decrease
Laurel Brunner shares the ongoing trend of mercury lamps being less and less used across the printing industry. Governments and bodies around the world are now banning the use of mercury in products by the end of 2025.
Standards and certifications are important
Laurel Brunner discusses the importance of quality control and production excellence are important factors to consider for the profit in modern print production. Growing numbers of manufacturers are setting up are creating their own standards and certification programmes.