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Creating ISO Environmental Standards for Printers

(April 2011) posted on Wed Mar 23, 2011

TC 130 has recently launched a new Working Group (WG11) to develop a set of standards to cover the environmental impact of print.


ISO technical committee 130 (TC 130) encourages the print industry to take part in developing environmental standards. TC 130 has recently launched a new Working Group (WG11) to develop a set of standards to cover the environmental impact of print. The group’s purpose is closely aligned with those of the Verdigris Project, run by Digital Dots. WG11 is working on ISO draft 16759, the requirements for measuring the carbon footprint of printed products, and is in the process of producing the first draft, which will be ready for review soon. For more information on how to participate, go to www.verdigrisproject.com.
 


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rocss says: ISO technical committee 130 (TC 130) encourages the print industry to take part in developing environmental standards. TC 130 has recently launched a new Working Group (WG11) to develop a set of standards ...

ISO technical committee 130 (TC 130) encourages the print industry to take part in developing environmental standards. TC 130 has recently launched a new Working Group (WG11) to develop a set of standards to cover the environmental impact of print. The group’s purpose is closely aligned with those of the Verdigris Project, run by Digital Dots. WG11 is working on ISO draft 16759, the requirements for measuring the carbon footprint of printed products, and is in the process of producing the first draft, which will be ready for review soon. For more information on how to participate
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