a new
web based resource
for all environmental,
print related issues

Why be a green printer?

To save money, to improve your reputation and to attract customers. And, of course, it's good for all of us.


Green Printer gives practical advice for printers.  I regularly add information, so please come back to see what's new. If there is anything I've not covered, that would be useful, please write to me and let me know.

I hope you find the site useful. If you have any thoughts and ideas on how it can be expanded and improved, please tell me.

Clare Taylor

 


 
Defra consultation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Editor   
Monday, 27 May 2013 14:15
Defra are crowdsourcing information to make it easier to find and use environmental compliance guidance on government websites. It's part of their Smarter Environmental Regulation Review, and you give give your views on a website they've set up for the purpose:  http://guidanceanddata.defra.gov.uk
Last Updated on Monday, 27 May 2013 14:29
 
What is the circular economy?
Written by Editor   
Tuesday, 08 January 2013 10:24

I've been trying to describe the circular economy to people. It's a very effective way of saving waste, and not a new approach but one known to work, and recently given a new name and new impetus. This little video says it much better than I can! Watch it, and perhaps think about how it can apply to your business - it is already used in some parts of the print industry. http://youtu.be/Cd_isKtGaf8

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 January 2013 10:41
 
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Did you know?

Do you know that you can improve fuel consumption and save money by using more efficient tyres? Now there are new labels to help you choose, and since the beginning of the month the information must be clearly displayed for all new tyres.

They are graded in the familiar A - G that we're used to seeing on electrical appliances. The difference in fuel consumption between each level is about 2.5% - 4.5% - which can work out quite a bit with today's fuel prices. The label also shows how the level of rolling noise a tyre will make and its performance in the wet.

Last Updated on Monday, 26 November 2012 15:10
 

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A satirical take on environmental issues from the Onion: "WASHINGTON—Wishing to dispose of the empty plastic container, and failing to spot a recycling bin nearby, an estimated 30 million Americans asked themselves Monday how bad throwing away a single bottle of water could really be..." see the full article

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