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Commercial Notice: Megara shows how it recycles its Promeg polypropylene sheet

Monday, 26 November 2018
By Commercial Notice
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With plastic the hot button topic at the moment, Australian media manufacturer, Megara, has launched a video showing how it recycles its Promeg polypropylene sheet.

Promeg can be UV offset, digital flatbed or screen printed. It can also be cut, creased, embossed, foiled, glued and welded, and the non-toxic sheet is fully recyclable. Their 100 per cent recycled and 100 per cent carbon neutral sheet is called Promeg Ecorange.

There is a range of sheet held in stock and Megara can also custom make Promeg if you need a special size, finish or colour. Promeg can be used for everything from stationery products, packaging, POS displays, signage and beyond.

Megara collects offcuts, scrap, and even items such as displays and signs that have come to the end of their useful lives and recycles them here in Melbourne. This recycled material is then either put between layers of virgin Promeg, if a pure white printing-surface is required, or supplied as 100% recycled, resulting in a speckled, recycled look.

Most recycled substrates carry a premium price, but not in this case. Megara does not charge a premium for recycled or carbon neutral material, making it affordable to use.

Recycled Promeg performs just like its predecessor – you can still cut, crease, fold and print Promeg Ecorange, it’s just even better for the environment.

To request a Promeg swatch, please include your contact name, company, and address details.

Request your Ecorange swatch here.

www.megara.com.au

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