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Avery Dennison CleanFlake™ portfolio wins FINAT Recycling & Sustainability award 2019

An innovation from Avery Dennison that enables closed-loop PET recycling has won this year’s FINAT Recycling and Sustainability award. The CleanFlake™ portfolio (video) enables production of high quality recycled PET (rPET) from post-consumer bottles while maintaining all-important visual impact and food contact approval. The portfolio is further reducing environmental impact by using recycled PET liner material.

Why do car manufacturers think that oil-based fabrics are more sustainable than leather?

The world of automobiles is currently undergoing its biggest period of change since they were first introduced over a century ago. From that moment they have transformed the way we live, but now the way we live is changing, and the automobile is being forced to adapt. It is appropriate that the industry should rethink all aspects of its production at such a moment, but it is vital that it uses common sense and properly thought out science in doing so.

SGP To Attend Green Sports Alliance Annual Summit

The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), the leading authority in sustainable printing certification for print manufacturers, is pleased to announce their community partnership with Green Sports Alliance (GSA) for their 2019 summit. The summit will begin June 19th and conclude June 20th at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA.

Toyo Ink Group CSR Report Recognized for Sustainability Reporting

Toyo Ink SC Holdings Co., Ltd., the parent company of the Toyo Ink Group of Japan, recently announced that its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Report 2018 was honored for reporting excellence at the 4th Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards (ASRA). Organized by Singapore’s CSRWorks International, ASRA celebrates best practices in sustainability reporting and is the highest recognition for corporate reporting in the region. Toyo Ink SC Holdings received the “Highly Commended” or runner-up award in two categories, “Asia’s Best Materiality Reporting” and “Asia’s Best Report Design.”

HP global study establishes sustainability as a new workplace standard for successful businesses

Results underscore the importance workers place on eco-friendly business practices and identifies opportunities to advance sustainability in the office

• Study reveals 61 percent of survey participants believe business sustainability is mandatory

• 58 percent said environmentally conscious practices are key to engaging future workforce

• 46 percent said they would only work for companies with sustainable business practices

• 53 percent of office decision makers did not realize imitation printer cartridges are not recyclable

• HP invests $2 million to sustainable supplies and promoting a circular economy

HP Expands Efforts to Reduce Ocean‐Bound Plastics

$2M investment in plastic washing line in Haiti will create more than 1,000 new income opportunities locally

HP partners with NGO Work to help build two new learning centers that empower local children to receive a quality education at the collection sites while their parents work nearby
HP equips schools with latest technology, including laptops and printers using cartridges made from locally-collected plastics
Releases new survey results that underscore the importance workers place on sustainable business practices; Study reveals 61 percent of survey participants believe business sustainability is mandatory


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