SPECIFY 100% Recyclable Poster Paper and Coreflute
for your outdoor displays
Recyclable signage is an environmentally conscious choice for businesses and organizations looking to reduce their ecological footprint. Unlike traditional signage materials, which often end up in landfills after use, recyclable signage is designed to be easily recycled and repurposed. These signs are typically made from eco-friendly materials like recyclable plastics, aluminum, or sustainable wood sources. By opting for recyclable signage, you contribute to the circular economy and support the conservation of natural resources. Furthermore, these signs maintain the same level of durability and visual appeal as conventional options, making them a smart and responsible choice for any signage needs. So, whether you're looking to update your retail displays, office signs, or event banners, choosing recyclable signage is a small step towards a greener future.
CITY LIGHT HQ200 POSTER PAPER
Highly regarded for its wet strength properties. Strong fibre bond structure for high tear resistance
Exceptional photo quality print performance.
Made from renewable and sustainable fibre-based material.
- PEFC certified
- 100% recyclable and can be placed on any paper or cardboard recycling bin
- Ideal for billboard displays, backlit lightbox applications (lasting up to 3 months in all climate conditions)
Recyclable coreflute refers to coreflute sheets or boards that are made from recyclable materials and can be recycled after use. Coreflute is a type of corrugated plastic material that is lightweight, durable, and weather-resistant, making it popular for various signage, packaging, and display applications.
Responsible recycling Local Councils will have Coreflute recycling sites listed on their websites. Ideal for event signage, real A-Frames, and hanging signs.
- Available in 3mm & 5mm thicknesses
- Coreflute signage can be recycled so long as it has no contaminants such as eyelets, laminate, PVC pockets, adhesive tapes, glues, cable ties, or wood as in stakes or framing. So consider this when designing.