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Rise in printer interest in recycling, according to J&G

A "significant increase" in enquiries from printers seeking information on recycling has been reported by waste management specialist J&G Environmental.

Noise in print still hazardous, HSE finds

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is to publish online a series of findings detailing noise exposure levels and their implications across the print industry.

UK employers need to get clued up on pension obligations

Retiring to the Costa Blanca, becoming a golf pro, turning a small back lawn into a veritable Kew Gardens. All visions that have for most people of late, begun to seem rather distant and ambitious thanks to austerity economics and talk of capping the state pension.

USPS in U-turn on Saturday delivery

The board of the US Postal Service (USPS) announced this week that it has directed US Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe not to go ahead with plans to end Saturday delivery this August.

Ofcom sets out measures to protect the universal postal service

Royal Mail's competitors could face regulatory intervention in future if Ofcom considers them to be posing a "material threat to the provision of the universal service".

BIS outlines Business Bank strategy

The government has outlined its plan to boost SME lending via the state-owned Business Bank, which will become the vehicle through which all government finance initiatives are administered.

Environmental glossary

As everyone's favourite long-suffering frog once said: it's not easy being green. And Kermit doesn't even have to contend with the reams of red tape, bamboozling terms and minefield of accreditation acronyms that today's printer must battle with.

Improving the outlook for carbon reduction costs

Who wants to save money while also saving the planet? The answer, most would firmly agree, is everyone. And printers are certainly no exception. Which is why signing up to the BPIF's Climate Change Levy Reduction scheme, newly revised and ready for its next phase, seems at first glance to be something of a no-brainer.

Print welcomes Osborne's NIC and Corporation Tax cuts

A reduction in employers National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and a further reduction in Corporation Tax were among the few highlights of yesterday's Budget for printers.

Wood trade law set to shut down illegal logging

The government today passed a law that will obligate businesses dealing with timber products to keep diligent records of the supply chain in a bid to tackle illegal logging.

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