Panelists included Laurel Brunner, Verdigris; Frazer Chesterman, Eco Print; and Marci Kinter, Sustainable Green Printing Partnership/SGIA—each of whom are at the forefront of sustainability efforts and conversation within the printing industry. HP Indigo customers Matthias Hausmann, CeWe Color, and Richard Owers, Pureprint, each joined one of the panel discussions as well.
As HP integrates environmental initiatives into its full product-development cycle, the company additionally has formed alliances with industry-established sustainability leaders, including the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and theWorldwide Fund for Nature (WWF). HP also spoke at the FSC Global Forum held at drupa on May 3-4, emphasizing the company’s commitment to FSC certification of printing papers and announcing several new large-format printing materials with FSC certification.
HP has been a committed environmental leader for decades, driving company stewardship through product design, reuse and recycling as well as energy and resource efficiency. HP influences industry action by setting high environmental standards in its operations and supply chain and providing practical solutions to make it easier for customers to reduce their environmental impact. HP also influences the industry through its research on sustainability solutions that support a low-carbon economy.