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Blog Post By Jo Golding

A greener future for print

As a ‘newbie’ to the world of print, having only taken up the position of deputy editor at Print Monthly in March, I am amazed daily at the revolutionary technology being brought to the market to solve the everyday problems of companies who make items such as packaging and brochures. Those who do it with a green conscious stand out to me in particular.

As a ‘newbie’ to the world of print, having only taken up the position of deputy editor at Print Monthly in March, I am amazed daily at the revolutionary technology being brought to the market to solve the everyday problems of companies who make items such as packaging and brochures


While working on the latest issue of the magazine, I read of Favini’s exploration into the world of using waste products in the manufacturer of paper. The two new papers in the Crush series used lavender essence and cherry jam waste products.

The paper manufacturer claims that using their Crush range lowers a company’s carbon footprint by 20 percent in a production run. Although a seemingly small difference when used by one company, the result of every company using a more environmentally-friendly manufacturing process could ensure a greener future for the print industry.

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