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Environmental Aspects of Printing Inks

As printing companies move towards environmentally friendly processes and products they must sort through the misinformation in the marketplace. This article helps to educate the printer on what to look for in printing ink.

By John G. Braceland
Published: November 7, 2011

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John G. Braceland is Managing Director for Graphic Arts Alliance a member run purchasing cooperative. He is also President of JB Solutions, a company that creates and manages purchasing cooperatives in various industries. Previously, he was President and owner of Braceland Brothers, a multi-plant printing company headquartered in Philadelphia, PA.

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By Rossitza Sardjeva on Nov 12, 2011

It is the real truth that printing inks have a very bad environmental image..... What about the colorant for digital printing - liquid toners and inks for Inkjet?

 

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