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Fairfax Media is a member of the Environmental Advisory Group (EAG) under the arm of the The Newspaper Works’ . Fairfax Media is committed to operating an environmentally responsible and sustainable business, with a focus on reducing waste whilst reusing recycling materials in the printing process.



Commitment to Quality

Fairfax Media is committed to providing superior services and products for all of our clients. This focus on quality is recognised through the many local and international awards that have been received across the various sites throughout Australia and New Zealand. The recognition reinforces our position as the leading quality printer in Australia and New Zealand.

This industry wide recognition for quality, our reputation for excellence in service and a responsible and leading position on the environment and OH&S, allows us to provide you with a valuable and safe option for your critical print projects.


Fairfax Media is continually acknowledged for its quality of products, superior customer service and care for the environment by peers and customers and this is recognised through receiving multiple awards over the last couple of years. Recently Fairfax Print sites have been awarded:


  • Single Width User Group (SWUG) newspaper awards, winning three out of four prizes for newspaper print quality and seeing two of its apprentices declared the industry’s best.


  • The company’s Newcastle site is Australia’s top newspaper printer, winning the top honour for single-width printing at the recent conference and awards ceremony in Darwin.


  • Fairfax also won the best cold set commercial publication, for the Tamworth Regional Council at its Tamworth print site and best newspaper on enhanced stock of more than 50gsm for the Perth Voice, printed in Mandurah, WA.


Fairfax Media is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and engaging with its employees, business partners and audiences on the issues of energy use and climate change.

With the Commonwealth Government and leading newsprint supplier, Norske Skog, and others, Fairfax Media is a co-signatory to the National Environmental Sustainability Agreement. The Company maintains a strong commitment to using sustainable technologies and materials such as inks with a vegetable oil base and newsprint from sustainable sources. Fairfax print facilities are proactive about waste minimisation, recycling, water management and energy efficiency.

Each facility sets weekly targets for the reduction of newsprint and ink-related waste. Sites are benchmarked against each other and against the wider industry to ensure that best-practice processes are in place. In the 2014 financial year, Fairfax’s printing plants reduced printed waste by 16% over the previous year through a combination of reduced print volumes and improved efficiency. Fairfax’s printing division is also a member of the Publishers’ National Environment Bureau (PNEB), an association of Australian newspaper and magazine publishers known as The Newspaper Works that promotes the sustainable recovery of old newspapers and magazines.

The Publishers National Environment Bureau (PNEB), an association of Australia’s leading newspaper and magazine publishers have been working since 1990 to promote the sustainable recovery of old newspapers and magazines. Australia has been recognised as having the highest newspaper recycling rate in the world. Fairfax, in conjunction with the PNEB, has been working to promote the sustainable recovery of old newspapers and Magazines. Together we have been able to help lift Australia’s newspaper recycling rate from 28% in 1990, to a recycling rate of almost 80% in 2009.

Australian made newsprint contains 20-40% recycled fibre from old newspapers. The rest is wood fibre which comes from waste products of the timber industry: sawlog off cuts; forest thinning’s (branches and small trees that are removed from plantations to allow room for other trees to grow); plus the residue when a plantation is harvested to produce wood for housing and construction. All wood fibre is sourced from sustainably managed timber plantations.

Every year, 100,000 tonnes of recovered newspapers and 60,000 tonnes of magazines are de-inked and processed into new newsprint at the Norske Skog recycling plant in Albury, NSW. The rest – about 490,000 tonnes – is used in cardboard manufacture, exported for newsprint production, or recycled into an array of other paper products, such as home insulation, egg cartons and kitty litter.

Fairfax Media Printing is committed to operating an environmentally responsible and sustainable business, with a focus on reducing waste whilst reusing recycling materials in the printing process. We are actively continuing to explore and implement creative and effective ideas to reduce our carbon footprint and consumption of water.

Fairfax Media prioritises suppliers who also have a commitment to reducing their environmental impact, for instance its newsprint and magazine paper producer Norske Skog Tasman holds ISO 14001 international accreditation. Fairfax Media source their magazine paper from mills that are FFC and PEFC certifiied. This means that there is a Chain of Custody in the process that ensures environmental compliance of the original wood fibre.

Our activities and work in carrying out environmentally friendly processes has led to accreditation ISO 14001:2004 – Environmental Management System and more recently, certification within the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody program.

Commitment to Safety

Fairfax Media is committed to providing a health and safe workplace for all employees, contractors and visitors in all of our business activities. We implement measures to support compliance with all applicable occupational health and safety legislation and industry standards, and strive to achieve best practise in the management of the health and safety issues affecting the workplace through continuous improvement.

The purpose of our safety policy is to:
Actively identify and manage workplace health and safety risks, through the systematic identification of hazards, evaluation of their risks and implementation of effective risk controls:
Establish measurable objectives and targets to continuously improve our safety performance:
Provide support and resources to effectively implement our health and safety plans:
Engage qualified and competent personnel to assist with the effective implementation of the health and safety management bsystem:
Provide training and education to all employees to assist them in understanding their roles and responsibilities in relation to occupational health and safety:
Build and maintain a safety culture that encourages employees to actively participate in health and safety initiatives:
Report all hazards and incidents. Investigate and implement control measures to eliminate or minimise risk recurrence;
Communicating, consulting and involving employees, contractors, and labour hire employees in processes and procedures affecting thir orkplace health and safety.

Our responsibilities
All levels of management are responsible for the implementation of this policy.

All employees, contractors and visitors have a responsibility to follow our health and safety procedures, work instructions and systems of work at all times.