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Fire chiefs to beef up safety advice to businesses

Print industry leaders have welcomed a commitment from the Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) to work with businesses to improve how fire safety regulations are enforced.

Intergraf calls for level playing field on EU Ecolabel

European print asscociation Intergraf has called the EU Ecolabel for printed products "costly and administratively constraining" and called for a change in the way it can be applied to printed products.

US Congressmen lodge bill to abolish paperless policies

Two US Congressmen this week introduced a bipartisan resolution that seeks to reverse a recent federal push toward going paperless for a variety of information and services, ranging from income tax forms to Social Security checks.

BPIF reduces printers' energy reduction commitment by 30%

The BPIF will launch its new Climate Change Agreement (CCA) agreement, which lowers the print industry's energy reduction target to 8.4%, after the New Year.

James Cropper's 7m steam raising plan up for grant

Paper manufacturer James Cropper is in line to receive a 3.2m grant from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) for its proposed steam raising plant.

The forgotten branch of green consumables

From inks, to plates, to wash-up systems and pressroom chemistry, sourcing sustainably makes environmental - and business - sense

Bottles use 50% more finite resources than carton packs

A pan-European study has found that carton packs for UHT milk use 57% less fossil resources than bottles.

Two Sides gets £2m of ad space for campaign

Two Sides has launched the UK leg of its pan-European campaign "No Wonder You Love Paper", which has the backing of a host of UK newspaper and magazine publishers.

Suffolk printer gains first South East fully carbon-balanced status

Commercial print firm Fuller Davies has attracted a "staggering amount" of clients by becoming south east England's first fully carbon-balanced printer.

APP 'illegal logging' claim investigated by Indonesian Ministry of Forestry

Pulp and paper producer Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) is awaiting an Indonesian Ministry of Forestry report following accusations of illegal logging by Greenpeace.

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