KEEP TOXICITY OUT OF YOUR PACKAGING
An increasing number of customers are concerned about climate change and the impact we have on the environment. Therefore, they are already aligning themselves to more environmentally friendly products and processes. Many brands want to be responsible citizens where their products are not contributing to landfill or toxicity of the environment.
For example, if you are a manufacturer of natural skin care products, then you probably will not want to package these products in non-recyclable materials, or utilise labels that are printed with inks that are toxic.
Other end users in the healthcare or childcare sectors, for example, like the idea of having prints installed on their premises that will not have a negative impact on the health of their patients or children.
THERE ARE NO HARMFUL SOLVENTS IN OUR INKS
Boing Boing Stickers prints using HP Latex inks. Firstly, HP Latex inks are water-based. This means there are no harmful solvents or monomers in the inks, making them one of the safest ink-types to handle.
This makes them ideal for food labeling and packaging, as well as for applications that involve products that will be handled by children.
Secondly, if the inks are paired with a print media that is recyclable or biodegradable, like a paper-based product, then this makes the entire printed product environmentally friendly. This can be an excellent brand marketing tool for any product in today’s economy.
Furthermore, it is important to note that at the end of their life, these prints can be discarded and recycled safely and easily through existing recycling channels. Consequently, they are less likely to end up in landfill.
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PRODUCTS.
Printing on a cotton-based fabric rather than a PVC based banner material, using a self-adhesive paper, instead of vinyl, or printing on PVC-free wallpapers are just a few examples of products that are environmentally friendly
There are several media manufacturers that currently produce a range of biodegradable products that allow for this today.
HP Latex ink are compatible with most of these products making it an easy choice to produce green product labels, posters, banners and even wallpapers.
For further information see the HP Latex Knowledge Center.