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Published July 21, 2014
Belgian label converter Reynders Label Printing has recently signed up for a new paper liner recycling program, initiated by Avery Dennison and operated by Smurfit Kappa. Through the Avery Dennison paper liner recycling program, Reynders offers a col… Read More »
Published May 30, 2014
George Tommasi was invited to discuss the company's award-winning sustainability program. Read More »
Published August 6, 2013
As part of its waste-reduction efforts, the Florida-based converter implemented a company-wide recycling program and reduced toxic chemical usage. 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 March 13, 2012
In Cincinnati, the implementation of an RFID-based recycling system has increased citizen recycling participation from 40 to 79 percent. Read More »
Published September 13, 2011
The two companies have joined forces to capture, collect and convert label matrix waste into energy. Read More »
A Spanish converter tackles on-press waste
Published August 19, 2011
The Martin Automatic MLS fitted to the overhead rail system of a Nilpeter FA4 at Graficas Varias saves 25 to 50 meters of substrate per roll change. Read More »
Published May 18, 2009
The national program will convert the polyethylene-based product into decking, pipes and playground equipment. Read More »
By Jack Kenny
Published April 15, 2014
A few basics about a complex process that could change your bottom line. Read More »
Published March 6, 2014
Vanguard Systems's software has helped Yazoo’s sales department improve its customer service and retention, invoicing, order entry and more. Read More »
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