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In recognition that sustainability in printing is a pressing issue for all printers, FESPA has decided to provide an abridged version of its Planet Friendly Printing Guide available to non-member printers around the world.
FESPA’s Planet Friendly Printing Guide aims to interpret and distil the myriad regulations and certification schemes pertaining to environmental best practice for printers and offers detailed advice on environmental management. The Planet Friendly Printing Guide has been updated several times each year since its first publication in 2007 - which gives an indication of how swiftly things have moved within the sphere of sustainability.
In addition to the advice and guidance offered in the Planet Friendly Printing Guide, FESPA will be extending the availability of the insights and advice on pursuing sustainable printing which has been a strong feature of all FESPA's recent content-led events - such as the FESPA Global Summit 2010, the FESPA Planet Friendly Summit 2010 and the FESPA Global Summit 2011. FESPA has explored more than 40 aspects of sustainability in its research over the last five years, and delivered more than 50 presentations in four continents on the topic.
Presentations on sustainability from global experts, certified sustainable printers, suppliers to the PSP community, and its customers such as top-ten global creative agency Ogilvy and brand owners such as Unilever, Nike and others are now available to all without charge on www.fespa.com.
FESPA says it is making these resources available to the global print community to promote understanding of the key drivers for adopting sustainable practices, and the routes to ensure that PSP’s businesses become more planet-friendly.
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