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Two Sides releases latest Myths & Facts booklet

Paper advocacy group Two Sides has released the 10th edition of its Myths & Facts booklet, which helps to dispel the common misconceptions surrounding the industry.

JMF Group gets green heaters with council eco grant

JMF Group has received a grant of more than £7,000 from its local council in order to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and edge closer to carbon neutrality.

Adare SEC makes eco-envelope switch

Adare SEC is claiming a first after moving its entire Adare Post business of more than 100m window envelopes a year to a product that is recyclable and biodegradable.

Interket reopens as flood warnings lifted on damaged dam

Interket has returned to work today almost a week after it was evacuated when the nearby Toddbrook Reservoir threatened to rupture and flood the local town.

Pack sector urges new Defra boss to reform recycling labels

The new environment secretary should look to rework the waste handling infrastructure before changing up ‘confusing’ recycling labels, according to packaging experts.

Interket shuts amid warnings on damaged reservoir

Interket has been evacuated from its premises due to fears that a nearby dam is set to rupture and flood the local town.

Floods hit northern printers in overnight downpour

A number of printers across parts of northern England are counting the cost of the heavy rain and floodwaters that have resulted in people needing to be rescued, roads being blocked and rail routes disrupted.

Earth Overshoot Day: printers urged to hail sector sustainability

Pro Carton has urged the carton and wider print sector to push the benefits of paper- and cartonboard-based packaging materials to highlight the sustainability crisis marked by Earth Overshoot Day.

441 companies remove misleading anti-paper messaging

441 companies have now removed or changed their messaging since the inception of pro-paper campaign group Two Sides in 2008.

Two Sides study shows green myths persist despite love for print

A new survey commissioned by paper advocacy group Two Sides has revealed that numerous environmental myths about paper persist among the European public, despite an enduring love for print.

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