HP Large Format Printing Materials (Sarasota, FL) has released a version of the company’s HP Removable Adhesive Fabric made from recycled water bottles with coating materials. According to a press release from the company, “100% of the total PET resin in this product is made from recycled water bottles, helping to reduce plastic pollution.” The coating materials are not made from recycled products.
HP Recycled Removable Adhesive Fabric addresses the needs of the growing market of eco-conscious consumers. It can be mounted to indoor or outdoor surfaces without leaving a residue. The product is slip resistant for floor graphics, is REACH compliant and is compatible with HP large-format water-based ink technologies. The fabric comes on a 3-in. core with a 2-in. adapter and can be contour cut and applied without stretching — all per HP’s press release.
“There’s a real need in the market for recycled print media, and we want to do our part in the effort to reduce plastic pollution and conserve natural resources,” Kara Work, BMG product development director for HP Large Format Printing Materials, is quoted in the release. “HP Recycled Removable Adhesive Fabric is an innovative solution for self-adhesive signage, decor, and graphic applications offered at a comparable price…”
For more information, visit hplfmedia.com.
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