DPDA and INGEDE to Collaborate on Deinkability of Inkjet Prints

DPDA (Digital Print Deinking Alliance) is a working group formed by Hewlett-Packard, Ricoh InfoPrint Solutions, Kodak and Océ Printing Systems in 2008. The DPDA conducts research in the area of measuring and improving the deinkability of prints made with water-based inkjet inks.

INGEDE is an association of leading European paper manufacturers founded in 1989. INGEDE aims at promoting utilisation of recovered graphic paper (newsprint, magazines and office paper) and improving the conditions for an extended use of recovered paper for the production of graphic and hygiene papers.

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