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PNEAC Seeks Publication of the Year

Monday, November 13, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Sewickley, PA, November 10, 2006 -- Do you have an environmentally focused article or publication that you are proud of and want to share with others? It could be just what the Printers' National Environmental Assistance Center (PNEAC) is seeking for the Publication of the Year. PNEAC is looking to identify the best and most significant journal article, fact sheet, report, or book on the subject of pollution prevention in the printing industry. The publication must be focused on a technology, practice, strategy, or success story in the printing industry that reduces pollution,eliminates waste, improves material usage, conserves energy, or improves compliance with environmental or safety regulations. It can be an article, book, or fact sheet published in 2005 or 2006. The publication may be nominated by anyone (the author, a colleague, a reader, etc.), and it may reference vendors or be written by a vendor. However, the item must indicate the real benefits associated with the action and not simply unproven claims. A five-member committee selected by PNEAC will judge the nominations. Judging criteria will include: - Effectiveness helping U.S. printers improve compliance with environmental regulations - Effectiveness helping U.S. printers reduce wastes, effluents, and emissions - Effectiveness helping U.S. printers reduce energy consumption - Effectiveness in improving the environmental performance of the printed product - The innovation of practices, technologies, or strategies that positively impact health and/or safety presented in the publication - The quality of writing Nominations are due by December 31, 2006. Decision on a winner is expected by February 15, 2007 and will be announced at the National Environmental Health and Safety Conference for the Graphic Communications Industry to be held March 12-14, 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida. See www.pneac.org for specific information on how to nominate a publication.




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