The Lithographic Institute of Australia (NSW) and Fuji Xerox Australia are hosting an evening in Sydney to discuss the future of sustainable practices as momentum gains to support recycling, sustainability and reduced energy use in the print industry.
The tour and dinner event will be held on April 2 starting with a tour at Fuji Xerox's site at Rosehill, followed by a technical dinner at 7.30pm at the Rosehill Bowling Club.
The LIA says the current climate of reducing human impact on the planet is growing and industry is being charged with finding better ways and systems to achieve a reduction in consumption of raw materials and the creation of waste.
It says Fuji Xerox Australia has developed some compelling initiatives involving sustainability, recycling, energy consumption and givingn back to the environment.
"The good news is that they have offered to throw open their doors to the LIA and share these significant intiatives with the wider graphic arts communicity and as such will host a plant tour and show the various processes that go into a closed loop system for keeping their customers going with mimimal environmental impact," the LIA said.
For more information and to RSVP by March 29 please contact Mike Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
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