The second round of central environmental supervision began in 2019, digital printing is ready
Since last year, the country has begun to investigate the polluting enterprises. As a traditional film with high pollution, it is also developing slowly under the pressure of environmental supervision. The production of digital printing has always maintained a green environment, and the share of the printing industry has continued to increase. Digital printing is getting better and better under the environmental protection inspection.
According to CCTV's news, the current environmental protection inspection will continue for three years, and the second round of environmental supervision in 2019 is about to open.
Since the inception, the provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) have specifically introduced or revised more than 240 ecological environmental protection policies, regulations, and system standards; 31 provinces have issued environmental protection responsibilities, environmental protection inspection programs, and party and government leaders. Measures for the investigation and prosecution of cadres' ecological environmental damage; 26 provinces have carried out or are carrying out provincial environmental protection inspectors.
Obviously, traditional printing/printing companies will face continuous environmental pressures.
When it comes to digital printing, with the downward adjustment of the price range, some factories with poor strength have also closed down. Now through the market screening, the existing digital printing processing enterprises are increasingly achieving large-scale, standardized production and operation. The digital printing market has gradually stabilized and the future is promising.
Affected by policy and fluctuations in raw material market prices, the first half of 2018 is not just digital printing. The processing price of the textile industry has generally increased steadily after the year. It is hoped that the digital printing industry will also be able to actively fight in the second round of environmental protection storms.