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Celebrating Earth Day
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published April 22, 2014
Is today the day to look into release liner recycling? 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 March 4, 2014
The contest is open to label converters and end users who have their release liners recycled via dedicated programs. 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 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 »
Published July 20, 2005
Fasson Rapid-Roll expands liner offerings Fasson Rapid-Roll, Painesville, OH, USA, which sells non-adhesive roll products at short notice and in small volumes, has added a large number of machine-glazed kraft liners and PE-coated papers to its indus… Read More »
Published June 9, 2014
In the end user category, the company edged out others based on its dedication to a zero waste-to-landfill policy. Read More »
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