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  • 20 Mar 2009

Smith & McLaurin launches website for eco-friendly material range

Smith & McLaurin has launched its AdaptEco website at The site lists details of the Scotland-based company’s AdaptEco range which includes materials that are recyclable, reusable and from sustainable sources.

The company offers customers FSC certified, cellulose free and recycled papers as well as a range of PLA & Cello films. All are available in combination with Smith & McLaurin’s sustainable EP7000 permanent adhesive which has 70 percent renewable content. The website also includes details of its dual FSC/PEFC certification as well as information on specialized tests conducted to determine the renewable content of different products.

Aparna Chopde, marketing manager, said: ‘This website is the perfect platform for us to communicate to our customers and other key stakeholders. The website not only offers our customers easy access to a range of products from sustainable and well managed sources, but will also play an important role in Smith & McLaurin’s journey towards being a truly sustainable manufacturer and supplier.’

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