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Next year the BSI will publish the world’s first Circular Economy Standards and the government has already indicated that it will announce new recycling targets to 2020 for paper, aluminium, steel and wood packaging. So has the time come for you to act rather than just talk?

Despite environmental issues falling way down some companies’ lists of priorities, there are suppliers to the large-format sector that are taking it increasingly seriously. Canon Europe is one such – it even has a director of sustainability, Stuart Poore. We asked him to outline the company’s vision and how that might impact PSPs within this sector.

Martyn Eustace of Two Sides - the initiative that promotes the attractiveness and sustainability of print and paper - was recently awarded the Gold Medal by the Paper Industry Gold Medal Association for his longstanding contribution to the industry. Should you be joining him on the quest to make print’s environmental credentials better understood? Here’s his take on the situation…

…is that its lifecycle isn’t as green as it could be. But are things changing? Netherlands-based ColGraphix, a global distributor of products for the digital dye-sublimation sector, believes it could be. Here’s how.

The 2017 Widthwise Survey showed enormous disparity among PSPs when it came to environmental issues. But as brands demand an ever greener supply chain, what are the views of those that provide your print kit?

Excuse the headline pun, but you might find that your attitude to water could dampen your growth potential if not your very survival. Here’s how…

The head of the US herd may be calling to scrap America’s Environmental Protection Agency, but will he be able to trample all over European inroads to a greener land? Walter Hale thinks not.

Environmental concerns languish at the bottom of many a wide-format print company’s ‘must do’ list. But some are being extremely proactive. Could you learn a thing or two from Cestrian’s approach?

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