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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.

Star product: J&G Environmental audit

Stay compliant with regulations and make cash from waste

MMS seminar shows participants the impact of global warming and suggests corrective actions

On 17th last month, 225 participants took advantage of the knowledge and experts on environment, health and safety by understanding how to incorporate compliance and safety norms into their company strategies, enhance competitive advantage and improve efficiency.

Ten ways to begin the green journey

Find ways to reduce the impact of global warming and climate changes to build a better business environment, even if it means investing a little. Noel D'cunha suggests top tips

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.

Ignore the naysayers, going green is a win-win for print

Although there may be some people who remain unconvinced by environmentalists, canny printers know that 'where there's muck, there's brass' and that rubbish can turn a healthy profit

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.

Business Inspection: How to make your waste pay

A large operation can produce a considerable amount of waste at considerable cost. Tangent has discovered how to turn this cost into cash

Archant launches eco-font across titles

Newspaper publisher Archant is to launch a new eco-font that cuts down on ink but does not alter the quality of its printed titles.

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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