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Mid West Displays switches to greener inks

Mid West Displays switches to greener inks

Mid West Displays, the UK manufacturer of LED lightpockets has announced it will no longer use solvent inks in the manufacture of its core product ranges after 30th April 2019. Instead, it will switch to using water-based ‘greener’ inks that are less harmful to the environment.

The move requires major changes to the way the company makes its bestselling LED lightpocket range, but Mid West Displays report that it is committed to increasing the sustainability of its manufacturing processes.

Its LED display products are the leading choice for estate agents and can also be seen in salons, shops and showrooms.

The company’s General Manager, Clive Towe commented: “Using ‘greener’ inks is better for the environment and, as these inks are used in digital printing we have now have switched to digitally printing our frames, which will reduce our use of solvent-based inks by some 90 percent.”

He added that the company believes that it will also use less ink by moving to digital printing, thus further reducing its environmental impact.

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