J&G believe there will be a greater sense of unity across the UK print industry as we begin to emerge from the coronavirus crisis, and that fills us with confidence. This overall community feel and the desire to work together to succeed will help drive the industry forward.
With companies under increasing scrutiny regarding their sustainability practices, J&G Environmental is stepping up its efforts to support even more ethical print service providers in the fight against plastic pollution.
Sister companies Saxon Recycling and J&G Environmental have announced a merger with customers of the former being assured of a seamless transition in services.
With the battle against plastic waste a hot topic, J&G Environmental are taking steps to remind customers how they can help them help the environment.
J&G Environmental will be at the IPEX 2017 Exhibition in Birmingham, spreading the word about its increasing diversification into different avenues of waste removal and recycling.
J&G Environmental's range of JAG printing products is proving to be so successful that the company has recently expanded their entire operation to keep up with demand.
J&G have recently made a substantial investment in a brand new wash plant at their Blandford based site in Dorset and have recruited two additional employees, including a new recycling manager as a direct result.
J&G Environmental has recently won a number of new contracts as increasing numbers of businesses see the company as their best option for effective print waste disposal.
From 1st April there are changes to the six figure premises code and hazardous waste producers no longer need to register with the Environment Agency.
The strong relationship between waste control management experts J&G Environmental and Trinity Mirror Printing has been confirmed with a renewal of the existing contract between them.