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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 »
Ahlstrom, Avery Dennison take on liner recycling
Published November 13, 2012
Release paper materials will be collected in parts of Europe and then recycled into specialty papers. Read More »
Published December 20, 2011
The Mitsubishi technology allows cradle-to-cradle recycling of spent liner into new, quality liner. Read More »
Testing Equipment
By Steve Katz
Published October 11, 2010
Predictability is an important of the label converting workflow. And there's a wide range of machinery available that can ensure that a label will behave like it's supposed to. Read More »
Linerless Labels
By Steve Katz
Published October 7, 2008
Free of release liner, these labels may be limited in shape but are more eco-friendly. Read More »
Published January 31, 2014
The AWA Linerless Label Seminar 2014 is the first stand-alone event devoted to linerless label use and technology. Read More »
Published September 19, 2013
Waste PET liners can now be sold directly to Avery Dennison’s recycling partner Morssinkhof Rymoplast. Read More »
Published July 2, 2013
The new report will include an overview of market demand, trends and opportunities. Read More »
Published December 18, 2012
Ahlstrom Silco Flat Premium has been developed for extremely demanding graphic applications. Read More »
Linerless Labels
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published October 9, 2012
Sustainable and efficient, the popularity of linerless labels is expected to grow as quickly as the technology that supports it. Read More »
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