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Why the Cheapest Journeys aren’t always the best

It is better to go all out than half-hearted on an important cross media campaign and many people forget the impact that print can have on its success. In the modern world social media, email and print are wonderful ways of reaching your desired audience in different ways.  For most the main factor is cost […]

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How to print a greener magazine

Today will be the last of our environmental blogs for a while and we hope you have found them interesting and useful. In this blog we will give you a few tips on how to help your printed job be a little greener. When in doubt about paper always asks about its certification. The two […]

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Going paperless is not as green as you think

Some would argue that making paper is indeed bad for the environment and that by going paperless you have made the “Green” choice. In truth most of the energy used in paper production is renewable and carbon intensity is surprisingly low. Many companies have mistakenly believed that by going paperless means going green which has become known […]

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Is Packaging wasteful?

There is often a lot of negativity surrounding packaging with many people believing it to be wasteful or just an unnecessary marketing ploy. Once again this is not always the case. Paper based packaging protects goods, reduces waste and is recyclable. Packaging is primarily designed to protect whatever it is used for with the intention […]

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How is Paper Recycled?

Paper is truly recyclable. Before the actual recycling process can begin, paper products that are to be recycled have to be sorted and then shredded. Once they have been shredded the next step is mix the shredded material with water creating a pulp. Any ink that was on the paper has to be removed and […]

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A free collection of Videos about Print and Warners

With the success of International Print Day we thought we would finish the week with a bit of a high note. It is very exciting to be in such a fast moving and dynamic Industry but it is often daunting to anyone on the outside looking in. That is why we have prepared these informative and […]

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Is paper really bad for the environment?

One myth about paper is that its production is bad for the environment. In reality paper is recognised as one of the few truly sustainable products. Paper is made from wood, which is a natural and renewable material. The trees planted for paper making absorb CO2 from the atmosphere and can store carbon throughout a […]

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Does Making Paper Destroy Forests?

One of the main concerns about paper production is that it contributes to deforestation. In fact 90% of deforestation is caused by unsustainable agricultural practices.  This tends to be conversion of tropical forest into cropland and pasture mainly for sustenance. Here are some key facts about forests and paper in Europe: ·         82.7% of the […]

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What does it really mean to be an Environmentally Responsible Company?

More and more we now see companies preaching the “Green” message, but does it really make a difference to a potential customer and what does it really mean? For many companies it is a way to improve the way that they are viewed by consumer markets, some do so because of the strict guidelines they […]

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