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Media Intelligence : 2009 - 2010
D & D Mailing Services protection, messages/promotions/advertising can be printed on the BioWrap plastic wrapping using water based ink, rather than solvent based. Given that 90% of the world’s plastic is still active, the solution is clear – using degradable plastic…using BioWrap. D&D Mailing Services, Australia’s largest magazine processing & distribution facility has designed and developed BioWrap, an exclusive product for use in the plastic and wrapping and enveloping of magazines. D&D’s BioWrap has now set a new standard in the Mail Processing Industry. BioWrap is made under licence from an exclusive, unique formula including an additive produced by EPI Environmental Technologies, which enhances the degradation process. Whilst maintaining the qualities of conventional plastic – strong and durable – this unique plastic will break down totally when exposed to the elements. In keeping with the commitment to environmental D&D Mailing Services, Australia’s largest plastic wrap mail house, is now Australia’s most environmentally innovative with majority of its clients now preferring to wrap their products in BioWrap. Having pioneered BioWrap – degradable plastic – D&D’s unique range of services are now ideally suited to any organisation aiming to preserve the environment for the community in which it operates. BioWrap does not require consumers to change life long habits – breaking down totally after its use by date. For more information about BioWrap, call D&D Mailing Services in Sydney (02) 9725 2114 or Melbourne (03) 9790 5844 p66-67 fc AD_D&D_dps.indd 2 p66-67ifc AD_D&D_dps.inddi 19/6/09 10:24:58 AM 19/6/09 10:24:58 AM www.biowrap.com.au – degradable plastic specially for the magazine industry
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