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  • Epson Australia Converts to 100% Recycled Paper
    From May, 8th 2017 - added on May, 8th 2017

    Epson Australia teams up with Planet Ark Paper to use 100% recycled paper in it's plant.

  • Scientists push for the Commercial Adoption of Rewritable Paper
    From February, 13th 2017 - added on February, 13th 2017

    Scientists at the University of California have created a rewritable paper that can be imaged using UV light.

  • The UK's Plan to Cut Print Use by Half Could Increase Carbon Emissions
    From January, 30th 2017 - added on January, 30th 2017

    DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) published 'Greening Government Commitments 2016-2020' which said they plan to reduce paper consumption by 50%. An open letter by Two Sides noted that electronic storage isn't free and has it's own environmental cost.

  • Food Packed in Food
    From July, 13th 2016 - added on July, 13th 2016

    Food industries are taking the initiative to reduce their waste through innovative new packaging materials made from byproducts of the production process.

  • New sustainability course at RIT's School of Media Science draws top presenters
    From May, 12th 2016 - added on May, 12th 2016

    A new course on sustainability in the graphics communication industry had Dr. Thompson and Mr. Jones give presentations on their roles in the field while the students collaborating on their formal registration document for the certification criteria for the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership.

  • There's more to wide format sustainability than the substrate
    From April, 22nd 2016 - added on April, 22nd 2016

    There's more to your environmental impact and sustainability than just the substrate. keeping you business energy efficient will save you money and save the planet.

  • New York Becoming More Sustainable with Print
    From May, 19th 2015 - added on May, 19th 2015

    New York has become the first state to preference facilities that are certified by the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) when procuring printed products.