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James Cropper's Colourform facility gets royal visit

Prince Charles visited James Cropper’s Colourform unit for the production of plastic-free packaging last week, as the project moves ahead in collaborating with businesses.

Hatch Print confirms official vegan accreditation

Hatch Print has become the first UK printer to receive official accreditation from the Vegetarian Society.

What printers can do to recycle waste

The UK is the world’s fifth largest manufacturer of printed products, and while there aren’t any statistics to indicate the level of overall material consumption in the industry, it is probably safe to assume that it’s a significant amount. As such, it’s responsible for a correspondingly high volume of waste – and it’s only in recent times, over the last decade or so, that the majority of it has been recycled.

Eco-friendly glitter adds sparkle to 'pioneering 2018' for Windles

Windles has carried out "very successful" tests on a biodegradable glitter for use on its products, as part of an ongoing strategy to improve environmental performance.

Premier Paper to stay green in plans for 2018

Premier Paper Group is wrapping up the year by looking to the future, both with its business and in mitigating the environmental impact of paper production for the next generation.

Packaging veteran launches consultancy firm

Former Müller head of packaging Haulwen Nicholas has launched a new consultancy to help packaging firms with environmental viability.

Second Longier for WAE Group in green move

WAE Group has added a second Longier machine to its line up in an effort to be more environmentally conscious.

Fujifilm Uvijet UV inks get green seal

Fourteen inks in Fujifilm’s wide-format Uvijet UV ink range have achieved UL Greenguard product emissions certification.

PostalSort adds electric vans to fleet

PostalSort, part of Northern Ireland’s PostalGroup, has added its first all-electric postal delivery van to its fleet.

MagnaColours launches 'non-drying' textile screen ink

Water-based textile inks supplier MagnaColours has launched a new 'non-drying' textile ink, that allows several layers of ink to be applied without requiring a separate drying process.

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