Palo Alto, CA—HP is focused on reducing the impact on the environment by designing print products that are manufactured, used and recovered in a more sustainable way. The company recently introduced HP Recycled Satin canvas. Made 100% from recycled water bottles, it is a printable canvas.
“Between five million and 13 million tons of plastic leaks into the ocean every year. And 91% of plastic waste is never recycled,” the company noted. “In this time of heightened social awareness, consumers want products that contribute to their overall efforts for environmental sustainability. HP Recycled Satin canvas produces outstanding image quality along with environmental assurance.”
HP Recycled Satin Canvas is REACH compliant. It is also eligible for return through the HP Large Format Media Take-back program. Priced lower than similar canvases in the market, the recycled canvas provides a one-step solution for print service providers by eliminating the need for a costly and time-consuming protective coating.
Moreover, it is compatible with aqueous inks, providing a slightly textured, bright white, satin finish. The canvas produces an artistic look and feel for photo enlargements, reproductions and decor. Also, according to HP, the Recycled Satin canvas produces durable canvas wraps that resist edge-cracking.
HP Recycled Satin Canvas Sizes
The canvas comes in the following roll sizes: 24×50 inch, $125; 36×50, $187; 44×50, $229; and also 60×50, $312.
In addition, HP Recycled Satin canvas won a 2018 SGIA Product of the Year Award by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association. It is one of the print industry’s most prestigious awards.