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Published April 15, 2014
Packaging Corporation of America has announced that its Boise Paper division would increase its commitment to enhancing product performance and capability in support of its growing pressure sensitive paper business in Wallula, WA, USA. The announced… Read More »
Published April 2, 2014
Thanks to a special process for recycling paper release liner, Herma saved nearly 450 metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2013. Read More »
Published November 29, 2012
Ahlstrom, a global high-performance materials company and producer of release papers, has announced a new initiative for recycling silicone coated paper release liners used by the pressure sensitive adhesive label industry. This sustainabi… Read More »
Published July 10, 2012
Cycle4green services allow used release liner to become recycled paper products. Read More »
Published December 20, 2011
The Mitsubishi technology allows cradle-to-cradle recycling of spent liner into new, quality liner. Read More »
Published November 11, 2010
In an age when almost every type of paper-based product is being recycled in a cradle-to-cradle process, release liner stands out as a black spot on a green horizon. Nobody loves spent liner, and end users have to pay good money to have it taken away… Read More »
Published September 16, 2010
The company is working with end users to return the spent liner back to its South Carolina plant. Read More »
Published October 7, 2009
In late July I was talking to a converter on the West Coast of the United States. We have been friends for quite a while. I don't remember when we'd first met, probably at an FTA function, but we have chatted and visited over the years. My friend is… Read More »
Listening to brand owners
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published September 16, 2014
A panel of brand-owner packaging experts recently came together to debate the future of product decoration. Read More »
Published September 19, 2013
Waste PET liners can now be sold directly to Avery Dennison’s recycling partner Morssinkhof Rymoplast. Read More »
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