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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 July 10, 2012
The new liner decreases carbon footprint by 30% and delivers an environmentally-friendly option to converters. Read More »
Published July 10, 2012
Cycle4green services allow used release liner to become recycled paper products. Read More »
Published July 3, 2012
Dave Robinson will be responsible for providing alternatives to landfills. Read More »
Published June 19, 2012
The TLMI program helps members find cost effective ways to reduce their environmental footprint. Read More »
Advancing Sustainability
By Jules Lejeune, Managing Director, FINAT
Published May 21, 2012
In a complex value chain, solutions and challenges abound for the labeling industry. Read More »
Published February 21, 2012
The labels are used like traditional labels but are manufactured without the need for a release liner. 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 »
Film for Food
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published February 14, 2012
Toray Plastics America, a supplier of food-safe films, reveals what’s new in this segment of the industry. Read More »
Published December 20, 2011
The Mitsubishi technology allows cradle-to-cradle recycling of spent liner into new, quality liner. Read More »
Sustainability in the Label Industry
By Jack Kenny
Published January 14, 2011
Narrow web converters are slowly but steadily incorporating environmental controls into their operations. Read More »
Sustainable Practices
By Jack Kenny
Published October 7, 2009
Altering our surroundings in business and manufacturing is a major step to creating a greener workplace – and to saving money. Read More »
A Year of LIFE
By Jack Kenny
Published September 2, 2009
An update on environmental action Read More »
Project LIFE
By Jack Kenny
Published October 8, 2008
A new program from TLMI gives its members the capability of certifying that their plants, practices and products meet or exceed environmental standards. 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 »
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