New L.E.I Laminating Provides Low Environmental Impact Alternative for Print Finishing

Vancouver, Canada (PressExposure) August 18, 2008 -- It's important that we utilize as many recycled products and services as possible. Ultra Xpress has recognized the significance of our impact on the environment and are actively pursuing alternative methods and purchasing products which will reduce our impact on the environment without sacrificing quality or the need for unique product or image. "It's not easy getting what you want while maintaining the environment and staying within budget, but it is possible" says Salim Lakhani, President of Ultra Xpress Printing Inc.

An Example of change

Ultra X-Press Printing switched from polypropylene to L.E.I (Low environmental impact) Laminate, which is made from biodegradable wood cellulose. The laminate itself is made from a sustainable, renewable resource, and its durability is comparable to that of the common choice laminate, polypropylene or polyester. While there haven't been any changes in the adhesive, L.E.I laminate offers an alternative choice for many of the common printed products such as : business cards, tents cards, presentation folders, and post cards. While the cost of producing this product has gone up, Ultra X-press has absorbed this cost and customers will not see a change in price.

Additionally, Ultra X-press prints on a standard stock of 30% recycled paper, with options of stock from 30 up to 100% recycled and paper made from 10 to 50% of post consumer waste.

Most of us can understand that saving the environment isn't going to happen overnight, but if enough of us take one step at a time, we can facilitate change. By making environmental alternatives readily available, that's just one step that Ultra X-press is taking to make it easier for others to do their part too.

About Ultra X-press Printing Inc

From: Ultra Xpress Printing Inc

Unit 403-119 West Pender St

Vancouver, BC V6B 1S5


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Press Release Submitted On: August 05, 2008 at 6:24 pm
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