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Responsible consumption

While green is almost so ubiquitous these days as to be the new grey, print companies are finding that there are less obvious costs and considerations to be borne in mind when demonstrating environmental responsibility. Rather like the layers of a Russian doll, strip away one set of issues and there is always another set lurking underneath.

FSC creates division to grow globally

The Forest Stewardship Council has established a new business unit, 'FSC Global Development', in a bid to "develop and expand" markets.

Envelope firm SEM chases eco boost with Fuji plates

SEM Envelope Manufacturing has tried to green up and double productivity after investing in Fujifilm Brillia HD Pro-T plates.

Xerox claims accreditation record with global FSC and PEFC

Xerox has gained environmental certifications for its paper products across 17 countries in Europe and North America, giving it the largest geographic area of any Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation to date.

Hemel Hempstead paper firm awarded for diverting landfill

A Hemel Hempstead-based organisation that produces recycled paper using a converted 110-year-old Victorian paper mill has been recognised for saving more than 130 tonnes of waste going to landfill.

PaperCo moves 9lives production to Arjo

PaperCo is to bump up the green credentials of its 9lives coated recycled range by switching manufacturers from Burgo Group to Arjowiggins.

Heidelberg scotches alcohol-free's green claims

Heidelberg set out its environmental stall at its annual conference last Thursday (6 December), claiming that alcohol-free operation may not be the greenest option.

Label One becomes carbon neutral

Label One has become "one of the first" label printers to achieve carbon neutral status following an audit by the Carbon Trust.

BPIF backs CBI's call for 'urgent' move on carbon reduction

The BPIF has welcomed a "groundbreaking" report from the Confederation of British Industries (CBI) on climate change as "a positive and realistic step in the right direction" for UK business.

Arjo makes play for Greenfield SAS to boost recycled paper portfolio

Arjowiggins has aimed to grow its environmentally friendly paper portfolio by entering into negotiations to buy the 140,000-tonne-capacity Greenfield SAS de-inking mill from Canadian parent company Cascades.

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