Sappi makes green gains on Galerie

Sappi has dramatically reduced the carbon footprint of its Galerie range of coated papers, and aims to achieve a 70% reduction by the end of the year.

Asda scraps in-store refill trials; outlines packaging sustainability progress

Asda has shared its recent packaging achievements in its latest Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report, which also reveals the grocery retailer has scrapped its in-store refill trials.

Fespa's 2025 events in Berlin will be the first in the speciality print sector to be run under the certification

Fespa achieves ISO certification for Sustainable Event Management

Fespa has achieved ISO 20121:2012 certification for Sustainable Event Management, an internationally recognised standard for implementing an effective and sustainable event management system.

Adare SEC posts record figures as business wins continue in FY24

Adare SEC has posted a record-breaking financial year FY24 thanks in part to significant new business wins across key sectors and a raft of contract renewals.


Sappi advocates for print with Gratkorn revamp

Sappi Europe has made sustainability and security of supply for customers a top priority as the group embarks upon the third phase of a huge modernisation project at its flagship Gratkorn Mill in...

Remember, not all ‘R’s are equal

If you want your business to be a standard bearer for sustainability, then knowing which of the virtuous trinity of reduce, reuse, recycle to focus on can be key.


Sainsbury's replaces plastic trays on more lines

Sainsbury’s has made a further move to reduce its use of plastic trays, switching to pulp-based alternatives on a range of fish products.

SO Recycle is based out of a former sawmill. Image: Google Maps

SO Recycle hit by planning denial

Paper recycling firm SO Recycle will have to cease operations at its Andover site, after Test Valley Borough Council rejected a retrospective planning permission application.

Landa expands press portfolio with new models

Landa Digital Printing is readying the next generation of its B1 digital print technology ahead of its commercial launch at Drupa.

The majority of James Cropper’s energy and emissions result from heat demand

James Cropper government funding to revolutionise energy usage

James Cropper has been awarded £4.2m to support “a pioneering engineering solution to electrify its heat demand”.