Healthy Printing Newsletter March 2021

17 March 2021 | 08:49 uur

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Healthy Printing Newsletter: November 2020

26 November 2020 | 11:11 uur

We hope you and your loved ones have stayed healthy in this unusual year!

A lot has gone on since our last newsletter and before all the end-of year season’s greetings arrive, here’s an update.


Some recent news from our HPI network:

HPI Charter

The German Penguin Random House Verlagsgruppe and GGP Media have announced that they are signing the Healthy Printing Charter on December 1, 2020, and commit to advancing their book productions towards the goals set out in the charter. This... read more

Healthy Printing Newsletter: December 2019

05 December 2019 | 11:46 uur

Healthy Printing @ International Cradle to Cradle Congress

Launching the B2B Materials Marketplace that improves supply chain performance & sales

The EPEA Materials Marketplace powered by Cradle to Cradle will scale up the use of products that have superior circular qualities. The online tool lets manufacturers, suppliers and customers accelerate circular performance across supply networks. We want to use this to strengthen and scale up healthy printing!

Want to learn more and be part of this... read more

Healthy Printing Newsletter: October 2019

14 October 2019 | 10:40 uur

We hope that you had an enjoyable summer! It has been a while since the last newsletter, but we have been busy behind the scene and here are the highlights.

We’d like to start and finish this newsletter with a call to action. Due to the availability of a wide range of certified inks, and a growing number of printers who are using it, healthy printing is easier than ever to do. We’d like to ask EVERY member of the Healthy Printing Initiative to print at least one report this year using healthy... read more

Healthy Printing Newsletter: January 2019

18 January 2019 | 11:32 uur

The value of Healthy Printing – reasons for being part of the Initiative!

As promised, we completed additional film impressions from the Healthy Printing Symposium in Lüneburg: HPI network partners B.A.U.M., Cewe, EcoMedia, EPEA, Green4Print, Heider Druck, hubergroup, Ingede,Töpfer, Veolia, Vögeli, VPK Packaging and WWF Germany present why they are members of the network and how they work towards optimizing printing to support healthier paper flows.

Feel free to share the first of three videos... read more

Healthy Printing Newsletter: October 2018

02 October 2018 | 17:49 uur

Healthy Printing Symposium Exceeds Expectations

The Healthy Printing Symposium in Lüneburg on September 14, 2018 was a success, exceeding attendance expectations and announcing new global initiatives. Thanks to many frontrunners from different sectors, we were able to set up an ambitious programme that attracted more than 100 stakeholders from the whole supply chain and beyond. Having so many stakeholders with a shared goal and willingness to move forward created optimism for the initiative’s... read more

Healthy Printing Newsletter: July 2018

26 July 2018 | 15:08 uur

Healthy Printing Symposium 2018

Connecting customers and suppliers to scale up innovation and demand

Location: Leuphana University Campus, Lüneburg
Date: Friday 14-09-2018

Speakers announced

We are delighted to announce the following speakers from across the Healthy Printing spectrum: B.A.U.M., one of Europe’s largest associations for sustainable business, Carlsberg Group, one of the largest brewing companies with extensive printed packaging, De Schepper, the largest printing broker in The... read more

Healthy Printing Newsletter: May 2018

03 May 2018 | 10:44 uur

In 2018, the ban by China on importing many types of waste including paper and paperboard waste came into effect. The ban is creating a crisis in the recycling industry especially in Europe from where large amounts were exported to China. The solution of course is more effective recycling in Europe, which includes more effective design for recycling. Healthy Printing is a basic tool to do that and as a result, has moved up considerably on the agenda.

New members of the Healthy Printing Initia... read more