- March 17, 2003, PRESS RELEASE
PLAINVIEW, NY, USA—Environmental-regulation compliance getting you—and your profits—down? If you print, coat, laminate, or seal, Environmental Regulations for Printers, a new book by printing industry veteran Fred Shapiro, may just be the lift you need. The 900-plus-page manual will teach you "how to comply with environmental rules, while making your printing operations more productive and profitable," says publisher Jelmar.
Regardless of the type of printing you do: offset, gravure, flexo, screen, digital, ink jet, or any other—if you put ink onto any —this is the book you need to assure meeting current (and likely future) environmental regulations," adds Plainview, NY-based Jelmar Publishing Co. "There are at least a dozen different federal laws and interpretations—in addition to various state and local laws—that impact the printing industry and all its ancillary activities. Not knowing any particular one of them that affects your business can cause you serious financial problems, as well as put your business in jeopardy."
Environmental Regulations for Printers is, reports the publisher, "the most complete compendium of regulatory information and solutions [in existence] for printers." It includes:
- more than 900 pages
- more than 250 illustrations
- 40 tables
- 42 appendices with vital information
- computer disk with templates for forms, letters, and programs
P.O. Box 488
Plainview, NY 11803-0488
ph: 516/822-6861; fax: 516/822-6861