Recycled Labels - What are recycled labels?
Definition of RECYCLED LABEL:
Labels that are produced using paper that is partially or entirely recycled; this may be the face material only or both the face material and the backing sheet. The percentage of recycled material used will vary from product to product; manufacturers commonly mark their products with symbols or logos to indicate that their products meet the minimum content and manufacturing requirements of a particular international or local standard determined by a relevant organisation. Recycled labels are usually chosen when a company or individual wants to ensure that they use products that are made from sustainable materials and manufactured according to environmentally friendly guidelines.
At Label Planet, we have a range of recycled paper labels. The paper used to make these labels is created from pulp from 100% recycled fibres. The paper is matt white and uncoated, the adhesive is a permanent adhesive, and the labels can be printed using inkjet and laser printers or handwritten.
Here is the Harvard-style citation to use if you would like to reference this definition of the term recycled label:
Label Planet (2023) What are recycled labels? | Recycled Labels Definition. Available at: https://www.labelplanet.co.uk/glossary/recycled-label/ (Accessed: January 1, 2023).