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We are seeing environmental disasters of near Biblical proportions around the globe, which is why change needs to happen. If you don’t make significant efforts to become greener expect to alienate customers and investors - as well as help destroy the planet.

All things environmental may be climbing up the agenda, but we have to face it - more needs to be done to engage with the waste industry if this sector is to really improve its green credentials.

Being greener is about more than making money - it’s a moral responsibility that some PSPs are taking extremely seriously. So are you?

In June the Printing Expo Virtual Exhibition opened up online. So, with travel restrictions still a key consideration, is this the way of the future – and to what extent do environmental concerns come into play?  

Amidst a global economic reboot due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will climate change - and ‘greening-up’ - continue to be a real consideration?

Want a 100% recyclable large-format board that is FSC certified, as little as 1mm thick, and that doesn’t crack in any direction when bent? Could new Swedboard products be the answer?

We’re not talking sci-fi here, but a considered way of reducing our environmental footprint to take us into a brighter ecological future. Walter Hale explores the theory challenging the mindset that there is nothing any of us can do to avert an environmental apocalypse. 

Sustainability and being environmentally responsible is about more than offering PVC alternatives and being waste wise - and it seems PSPs are taking that on board.

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