Antalis Visual Communications has added Priplak® R100, the first recycled polypropylene range made from 100% post industrial waste, to its sustainable portfolio.
Priplak R100 is a strong, flexible plastic sheet that is ideal for POS, stationery, labels, packaging and counter-top display applications. It has a smooth, white surface that is corona treated on both sides for UV printing.
It is manufactured using certified post-industrial polypropylene waste, a combination of Priplak’s manufacturing waste and that of customers participating in the Priplak ‘buyback’ scheme. As with all the Priplak range, Priplak R100 is 100% recyclable and can be recycled many times over. It is also halogen free.
Antalis’ Visual Communications Product Manager, Paul Neale, comments: “For some applications, plastic offers significant advantages, including longevity, durability, protection, and reusability. Priplak R100 and the Priplak ‘buyback’ scheme helps to close the loop, creating a product that is also highly sustainable.”
Priplak R100 is available via Antalis from stock. For customers seeking a polypropylene sheet produced from 100% post-consumer polypropylene waste, Priplak PCR100 is available to order ex-mill.
For more information, please visit www.antalis.co.uk or contact Antalis on 0370 6076014.