Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives Introduces Premium Self-Adhesive Papers with 100% Recycled Fibers
Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives introduced a new line of premium self-adhesive papers featuring 100% recycled fibers.
The new line of paper materials combines 100% recycled fiber along with high-performance adhesives and results in materials targeted for critical applications where wet strength technology is required and where products see changes in temperature and humidity, such as wine and beer bottle labels.
Not only do these new papers boast 100% recycled fiber, but the rPET liners are also made from 30% recycled PET, which reduces the amount of virgin PET used. This offers a significant carbon footprint reduction to those utilizing these new materials.
According to Melissa Harton, Marketing Manager, North America, “We are delighted to introduce this new line of premium papers to the North American market. More sustainable materials are top of mind for both converters and brand owners and Fedrigoni is eager to bring the market these premium, sustainable options.”
Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives is a leader in the industry when it comes to offering sustainable material options. By 2030 the Group aims to double the volume of items with advanced sustainable features in its product portfolio. The 100% Recycled Premium Papers, all FSC-certified, are a tangible example of the Group’s effort to reach this goal.
FSC-certified Sorolla Recycled H+O, an uncoated product produced with 100% recycled fibers from pre-consumer and post-consumer waste. FSC-certified Tintoretto Gesso Recycled H+O is produced with 100% recycled fibers from pre-consumer and post-consumer waste, felt-marked on both sides. Both of these materials are produced with a high opacity treatment and rPET liner with 30% recycled PET.
● MOQ: 12” x 10,000’
● Sorolla Recycled H+O WS FSC/ SH6020 Plus / rPET30
● Tintoretto Gesso Recycled H+O WS FSC/ SH6020 Plus / rPET30
Source: Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives
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