Antalis Visual Communications has added Priplak R100, a 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, commented, ‘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.