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Our HP Indigo digital presses are designed with the environment in mind – including their end of life disposal. Each subsequent press model uses less energy and supplies per printed page than it’s predecessor. HP are committed to an environmentally conscious supply chain and carbon neutral manufacturing and have invested in carbon offsetting to make their presses carbon neutral. We also utilise their recycle, recover and reuse “take back program” for consumable supplies and hardware.
Our Linerless Wraps are a crucial component of the revolutionary labelling solution developed by UK-based Ravenwood that delivers improved productivity with significant environmental benefits. Unlike self-adhesive labels, our Linerless Wraps don't require a release liner and are therefore a more sustainable alternative to die-cut self-adhesive labels. Plus they enhance your brand and product position with 360 degrees of presentation.
Our HP Indigo digital printing inks (Electro ink) are now certified for both home and industrial compostability. This means that HP Indigo digital printing inks have been verified for use (within specified limits) for packaging recoverable through composting and biodegradation in accordance with leading standards, such as EU regulation EN 13432. Digital printing is already a responsible printing choice for short-runs, as it eliminates the need for plates or cylinders and offers the freedom to print smaller quantities, while helping reduce waste during production and unused inventory.
We have a strong focus on waste reduction, and we have implemented the following practices:
We are a member of CDP, a not-for-profit charity that runs a global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. We have completed their Climate Change and Water Security Disclosures.