Woolworths rolls out recyclable signage

Posted by Laura Grant on February 27, 2008
Posted in Business, Lifestyle

Retail chain Woolworths has announced that 30 percent of its in-store signage is now made from renewable raw materials and contains recycled fibres from post industrial and post consumer waste. The company says it began using recyclable board for store signage and displays in 2006 as an ecological alternative to the standard plastic commonly used in signage.

It says it is also investigating printing with water-based or vegetable-based inks in the near future. “We are constantly working with suppliers in the printing industry to find innovative advancements that reduce our ecological footprint,” says decor production manager Chantall Klaasen. The recyclable board is manufactured by Xanita, an eco-friendly board manufacturer.


One Response to “Woolworths rolls out recyclable signage”

  1. Corporate Signage
    March 10th, 2008 @ 10:09 am

    I am totally up for all the recycling lark and its nice to see that some of our top stores are actually getting it together and making an effort to use recycled things.

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