Enviro Image Solutions

Enviro Image Solutions Successfully Trials Web Blanket Renewal Program at Pacific Press
October 28, 2014

The Blanket Renewal Program from Enviro Image Solutions helps make the printing of newspapers more sustainable by reducing the amount of blankets that end up in landfills. In fact, the program has been such a success at Pacific Press that the renewed blankets last almost six months on press with no compromise to print quality.

Green Printing: Perception vs. Reality and the UV Edge
October 16, 2010

Printers can and should do a better job of informing their corporate client partners of how “green” their printing and packaging is. UV printing is considered to be among the highest print quality processes and is “greener” than it has ever been. It also opens up a new world of substrates, from plastics and foil to specialty grades and board.

PIA/GATF Names InterTech Winners
September 1, 2007

SEWICKLEY, PA—The PIA/GATF has revealed the winners of its 2007 InterTech technology awards. Eleven of the 31 nominations were chosen to receive the prestigious awards. They include:Energy Elite dual layer “no bake” plate, Agfa Graphics; UV printing blanket refurbishment, Enviro Image Solutions; C-Fit image intelligence software, Fujifilm; Kodak Traceless system, Eastman Kodak; font emulation in…

PIA/GATF Announces the 2007 InterTech Technology Award Recipients
July 18, 2007

SEWICKLEY, PA—July 18, 2007—Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (PIA/GATF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2007 InterTech™ Technology Awards. For over a quarter of a century, recipients of this prestigious award have not only had a major impact on the graphic communications industry, but they also consistently prove to be successful in the commercial marketplace. The independent panel of judges deliberated over technology submissions ranging from printing presses to software solutions to ancillary services. A recurring theme with 2007 InterTech nominations was green printing, and numerous submissions contained solutions to minimize the environmental impact of printing. Great strides in technology were