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Paper-based packaging industry makes pledge over mineral oils

The European paper-based packaging industry is to phase out the use of printing inks based on mineral oils for food packaging, following last March's health scare.

DS Smith hails "improved performance in every division" in half-year results

DS Smith has announced a 20% year-on-year increase in its pre-tax profits from 35.6m to 42.8m in its half-year results, on revenues of 1,034m.

De-inking inkjet in spotlight after European conferences

De-inking of inkjet print was in the spotlight last week as two separate European summits looked at inkjet's impact on the recycled waste stream.

J&G Environmental expands Scottish recycling operation with new facility

Print industry waste management specialist J&G Environmental has expanded into Scotland after opening a new facility in Stirling.

Arjowiggins opens Greenfield mill to HP deinking trials

Arjowiggins Graphic and HP have announced an ongoing partnership to look into de-inking Indigo liquid toner and inkjet prints at its advanced wood-free Greenfield mill in France.

Heidelberg announces Eco Printing Award winners

Heidelberg has announced Minneapolis-based The John Roberts Company as one of the winners for its second annual Eco Printing Award, endorsing the lengths sheetfed offset printers around the globe have gone to in order to improve sustainability.

Wide-format specialist Octink features in Sunday Times green companies list

Wide-format display and signage printer Octink has been named in The Sunday Times Best Green Companies list for the third year running.

Firefighters tackle DS Smith blaze

Firefighters were called out to attend a blaze at DS Smith's recycling facility in Birstall last week.

Dufaylite's Ultra Board used for shelving unit

Recycled paper honeycomb manufacturer Dufaylite's Ultra Board has been used to produce a shelving unit for arts centre Somerset House.

The Digital Print Partnership increases recycling to 97.7%

The Digital Print Partnership has boosted its recycling levels from 60% to 97.7% after it implemented a recycling programme in March 2010.

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