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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.

Will PVC recycling see off alternatives?

Recycling initiatives could help PVC to retain its dominant position in the wide-format market.

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.

Denny aims for carbon neutrality

Denny Bros has installed a new solar array with the help of funding from Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia to cut its carbon footprint by 10%.

Signs Express Bath signs up to go eco

Signs Express Bath has signed up to a sustainability scheme that will push it to source more sustainable substrates and recycle more extensively.

Lessebo launches premium recycled stock

Lessebo Paper has launched its first recycled paper to answer customer demand.

Packaging Innovations to celebrate 10 years of London show

Packaging Innovations will return to the Olympia London in September to mark the 10th year of its London-based luxury packaging show.

DS Smith study says UK recycling “at tipping point”

Packaging giant DS Smith has released new research that says the UK will fall short of its 2035 recycling targets by more than a decade.

Ronald Britton in plastic free glitter first

Metal powders and glitters manufacturer Ronald Britton has launched what it claims is the world’s first plastic-free and certified biodegradable glitter.

Firms tackle negative eco-assumptions

Government urged to reconsider detrimental messaging around green credentials of printed matter.

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