Gary Jones

Gary A. Jones is the director of environmental, health and safety (EHS) affairs at PRINTING United Alliance in Fairfax, VA. His primary responsibility is to monitor and analyze EHS regulatory activities at all domestic and some international government levels. He provides representation on behalf of the printing and specialty graphic imaging industry.  In doing so, Mr. Jones works closely with the federal and state-level Environmental Protection Agencies (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA), Department of Transportation (DOT), and other agencies.  He also provides membership assistance on EHS compliance and sustainability programs through a variety of approaches including responding to inquiries, presentations, writing, and consulting services.

Mr. Jones is also supporting PRINTING United Alliance’s efforts for the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP). SGP is dedicated to assisting printing operations respond to the customer demand for sustainable printing.

He holds a BS in biology from LaRoche College and an MS in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.

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It’s a new year — a time for refocusing and reevaluating, which means regulations and legislation within the printing industry are top of mind for experts. We caught up with a few to see what wide-format print service providers (PSPs) should keep their eye out for in 2023.

With 2022 underway, it’s a good time to pause, take stock of the landscape, and plan for the months to come. There are a lot of areas to think about when preparing for another successful and profitable year, but one that is often overlooked is the legal and regulatory landscape.

One problem with searching for clues to the future of anything in the events of a year as fraught with upheaval as 2020 is that many of those events simply aren’t predictive – nothing resembling them has happened before.

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Green Tier program continues to foster a strong partnership between the DNR and the printing industry by cutting regulatory red tape, yielding more efficient and sustainable printing operations.

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