Polymers conserve natural resources. As an alternative material, they are used in everyday products across industries from contact lens and blood bags to replacement windows and doors. These plastic materials are synthetic, man-made and their origin is often the by-products of industry.
Frosted, semi-transparent polypropylene. Incredibly versatile and environmental material. This is the first of a whole green family of polypropylene/plastic.
White polypropylene as an alternative to card. Green materials are dull right? Wrong, very, very wrong. In fact these polymers are often lighter and stronger than the more traditional alternatives.
Creative and sub-surface printing polypropylene. Technology helps too. We don't just use green materials, we push how they look and are used, sub surface printing is a great trick.
Coloured and tinted polypropylene. Save on print by using a coloured stock, create effects with tinted stock. Oops! I bet you forgot these are environmentally friendly too.
Clear, white and coloured PVC. Softer and more flexible than polypropylene, PVC is also inert and comes in a variety of recycled grades.
Soft touch PVC. There is soft and there is very soft, this lovely coloured PVC can also be debossed too.
Perspex or acrylic glass. It is not well known that perspex is over 79 years old and is recyclable. It also is very clear and can be edge lit... have a look.
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