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NEHS Conference Focuses on Helping Printers Find Sustainable Solutions

Monday, January 12, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, Pa., December 22, 2008 -- The 2009 National Environmental, Health and Safety (NEHS) Conference will tackle one of the most significant issues that has the printing industry abuzz: becoming a Sustainable Green Printer (SGP Printer).

Printing Industries of America is co-sponsoring the conference taking place March 16-18, 2009 at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre in Indianapolis, Ind. This is the only conference that addresses sustainability, environmental, health, safety, and HR issues for the printing industry across all platforms. 

Registration for the 2009 NEHS Conference is now open. For information on how to register, visit the conference website, www.nehsconference.org. The website is also your resource for detailed information on general sessions, roundtable discussions, and new this year -- half-day in-depth pre-conference workshops covering topics such as:

- Developing sustainability management systems
- Meeting environmental and safety compliance
- Establishing sustainability metrics
- Sharing updates on new employment law issues.

"Sustainable green printing is one of the most significant issues that the printing industry has had to respond to in years. The 2009 NEHS Conference will provide information to help printers respond to their customers' demands for green printing," says Gary Jones, Director of Environmental Health & Safety, Printing Industries of America. "It is particularly ideal for companies intent on being certified as sustainable, green printers."

For more information about the 2009 NEHS Conference, visit www.nehsconference.org or contact Jeanette Tuttle-Hamer at

jtuttle-hamer@printing.org or 800-910-4283, ext. 712.




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