Derprosa is two years ahead of ban on the use of oxodegradable films

Films for flexible packaging

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Derprosa
Committed to sustainability

No study can confirm that oxodegradable films can biodegrade. Given the evidence, Derprosa has discontinued the manufacturing of these films in 2019 and has redoubled its commitment to the recyclability of BOPP and the development of Nativia (PLA) for graphic arts. In the DNA of Derprosa, there has always been and continues to be the code of innovation, leadership and commitment. Proof of our leadership are the majority of our most differential products, such as the first cardboard laminating film with tactile properties Derprosa DL soft touch, its boutique variants (white, black, luminescence, smudge resistant, prestige …), and now the new Derprosa Sandy Matte, which conveys an exquisite, pleasant and homogeneous roughness to any lamination, again generating a sensory explosion for the user when handling a laminated box, book or gift card. But innovation, leadership and commitment are not only reflected in what Derprosa manufactures, but also in what it discontinues to manufacture. During 2019, Derprosa has stopped manufacturing and marketing oxodegradable films, ahead of the community regulations that will prohibit them throughout the European…

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