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Shredded Cards (PVC)


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Delve into the world of repurposed business cards with these Shredded PVC Cards. They began as white sheets adorned with transparent film, undergoing an initial transformation through the offset printing process and after being laminated. These sheets served their original purpose as professional introductions.

However, their journey doesn’t end there. Post-use, these PVC cards are carefully shredded, revealing a textured material that retains hints of the original design. The shredded remnants, once destined for disposal, now offer a canvas for innovative projects. Versatile in nature, these Shredded PVC Cards lend themselves to a variety of processes such as pressing, melting, stitching, and more. Explore the boundless possibilities of this repurposed material, turning discarded business remnants into unique and sustainable works of art.

Approximately 10kg of these Shredded PVC Cards are released into circulation each month.

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Ordering a sample from WasteBase provides about 0.5kg of the requested material, subject to variations in weight based on material density. Colors and shapes can differ based on current availability. You can add a note with your preferences during checkout. This sample is meant for testing purposes. If it’s suitable, and you need more material, contact us with your needs. We’ll connect you with the material supplier, facilitating negotiations on price, delivery, and conditions. WasteBase acts as the bridge for sustainable collaborations in residual materials. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at any time.

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