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Penmar adds recyclable labels to product line

April 29, 2008

Connecticut converter has added a line of recyclable labels to its product mix.

Penmar Industries, a label converter based in Norwalk, CT, USA, has added a full line of FSC certified, 100 percent Post Consumer Recyclable labels to its array of specialty adhesive label and tape product solutions. The Recylabel brand is designed for laser and inkjet printers, copiers and digital offset printing.

 “This new product can have a tremendous impact on the green initiatives of corporations and manufacturers and their customers,” says Tony Soegaard, Penmar’s president.  “Reducing your carbon footprint, whether as an individual or a company, is an environmental goal that all of us should be pursuing.”

Recylabels are made from 100 percent recyclable face stock and 100 percent recyclable adhesive. They are made from Clean Edge Technology, manufactured using a process that eliminates the adhesive around the edge of the label sheet. This means no adhesive bleed that can contaminate a laser printer, eliminating adhesive mess and waste.
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