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Published June 17, 2014
The label industry supplier facilitated Unilever's FINAT award-winning liner recycling activities at several of its UK facilities. 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 »
A map for matrix recycling
By Jack Kenny, Contributing Editor
Published May 31, 2013
Avery Dennison’s interactive map shows options to landfilling in the USA. Read More »
Published February 14, 2012
The company's Apeldoorn production facility in The Netherlands will be expanded to increase capacity and capability. Read More »
Published May 5, 2011
The AIMCAL prize recognizes the company’s release liner recovery program. Read More »
Published September 25, 2009
The project will involve removal of silicone from spent liner, repulping and shipment to base paper manufacturers. Read More »
Published October 14, 2008
Mondi and 3M sign licensing agreement 3M, through its Commercial Graphics Division, has entered into a licensing agreement granting limited rights to 3M patented technology to Mondi, a manufacturer of release liners. The licensed technology enables… Read More »
Published May 11, 2006
I've just returned from chairing a roundtable forum in Europe on liner recycling. The forum was part of an AWA Alexander Watson Associates conference on release liners and, with only one exception, was attended by representatives of all parts of the… Read More »
Published January 16, 2006
Specialty release films CPFilms Fieldale VA USA CPFilms offers polyester-based release liners that the company says are especially well-suited for medical applications. The films include UV5A, UV10, UV30, UV50, and UV100 UV-cured and S… Read More »
Silicone Value Silicone represents only some 5 percent of the material cost of labelstock, but in these hard times every cost element is coming under scrutiny. Germany’s Wacker Silicones reckons it has come up with a winner. Its latest silico… Read More »
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