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PROLABdigital IMAGING ECO-Friendly Vinyl Banners

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

CULVER CITY, Calif., Jan. 9 2007 - PROLABdigital IMAGING is proud to announce its capabilities to print vinyl banners on ECO-Friendly, BIO-FLEX, the newest BIO-Degradable Vinyl substrate. PDi specializes in the manufacture of small and large format quality visual graphics nationwide for advertising, events, retail chains, truck-sides, entertainment, corporate, fashion, cosmetic and food industries.
Our wide selection of printing capabilities allows us to print up to 16 feet wide by any length, or tiled together to create even larger Mega-Banners, quantities from 1 to 1000's of units. The life expectancy of this material on indoor and outdoor use is the same as regular high-grade vinyl and only decomposes in landfill conditions. Clients all over the world use our BIO-Degradable banners for trade shows, in-store, point-of-sales, special event and marketing collateral.
Every year, millions of tons of banners are buried in the earth; taking 500 to 700 years to degrade in landfills worldwide, BIO-Degradable substrates are a step in the right direction to reduce this problem. BIO-Degradable banners will decompose in 3 to 5 years when exposed to conditions in a landfill (darkness, high heat and moisture), where microbes breakdown the BIO-Degradable PVC and turn it in into dust.
PROLABdigital IMAGING produces a multitude of indoor and outdoor front lit-signs and banners. As reasonable stewards of this planet, we should be actively conscious of the environment and take every effort in reducing our carbon footprint at every opportunity.
For more information on BIO-Degradable substrates and PDi's capabilities to print front lit-signs and banners, please contact:
PROLABdigital Imaging 10325 Jefferson Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 Joseph Hill Ph: 310-204-4608 http://www.prolabdigital.com/

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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