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Catalina Graphic Films Announces Enviro-Cling

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Catalina Graphic Films announces Enviro-Cling — a 7.5 mil recyclable and eco-friendly static cling vinyl in clear or white – as part of the Hi-Stat® Static Cling brand within the Mojave Digital Media family.

 

Enviro-Cling, the only static cling made using renewable resources, is manufactured using a plant-based plasticizer. It is the only sustainable static cling on the market, making it an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional petroleum-based plasticizers.

 

Catalina Graphic Films announces Enviro-Cling — a 7.5 mil recyclable and eco-friendly static cling vinyl in clear or white – as part of the Hi-Stat® Static Cling brand within the Mojave Digital Media family.

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Enviro-Cling, the only static cling made using renewable resources, is manufactured using a plant-based plasticizer. It is the only sustainable static cling on the market, making it an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional petroleum-based plasticizers.

 

Every 40,000 pounds of Enviro-Cling produced in favor of traditional petroleum-based films reduces the environmental footprint and reliance on fossil fuels by 1,625 gallons or 13,000 pounds.

 

It requires no adhesive, applies quickly to most smooth polished surfaces and is easily removed.

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Enviro-cling is compatible with most types of printing methods including offset, screen, eco-solvent, solvent, latex and UV-curable printing.

 

Alan Dworman, President, states “In keeping with our commitment to producing responsibly, Catalina’s Enviro-Cling product is recyclable and bio-friendly, as well as budget-friendly relative to other conventional plasticizers.”

 

Enviro-Cling is available in either 54” or 60” widths, up to 250 yard rolls, or can be sheeted with maximum sheet lengths up to 120”.

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As with other Catalina products, Enviro-Cling can be custom engineered to specific customer requirements.

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