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Automated Colour Management And Recycling Affect The Environmental Impact Of Print

According to Laurel Brunner, writing for the Verdigris project, workflow automation, whereby data flows to a plate or press seamlessly and with minimal human intervention, still fills too many printers with fear. They are in the data business, and yet are reluctant to commit to technologies that ensure the data on a substrate is accurate. […]

2022-06-10T16:43:21+02:00May 24th, 2022|

How Print Associations Can Contribute To Sustainability

Some associations, such as FOGRA in Germany, are incredibly active and engaged, working intimately with their members and able to monetise their services effectively. They offer advice and audits to confirm a printing company’s ability to output prints that meet ISO 12647-2 process control and quality assurance targets and other services. In the USA, Idealliance […]

2022-01-31T10:23:38+02:00Jan 26th, 2022|

Print Service Providers Are Building Their Sustainability Credentials

According to Laurel Brunner of the Verdigris Project, companies wanting to learn about the environment and print’s impact on it have ample choice to meet their carbon footprinting needs. Almost every day another consulting group states that they can help printing companies become more environmentally accountable. Offerings range from some sort of sustainability scheme or […]

2021-12-13T17:16:56+02:00Dec 7th, 2021|

Free Webinar: Sustainability In The Printing Industry

Sustainability is high on the global agenda and as a sector, we need to become more aware of our global impact as well as understand the legislative framework that took place on the 5th of November on the issue of Waste Management (sustainability). In part 2 of The New Blueprint for the Rebuild and Recovery […]

2021-11-23T17:53:36+02:00Nov 15th, 2021|
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