January 23, 2008 The Unibind range of DIY photo albums from Peleman Industries now incorporates Green PhotoBooks in an effort to make capturing your special moments a little more sustainable. The new environmentally-friendly PhotoBooks are made from natural and recycled materials with covers comprised of cotton-flax.
The environmentally-friendly PhotoBooks made from 100% natural materials are one of several initiatives by Unibind to make its operations as safe as possible for the environment. In addition to the recycled materials (currently representing 35% of products sold by the company), all of Unibind's office building roofs in Belgium are being solar-paneled and recycling programs are being implemented in both the Belgium and U.S. operations.
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The Unibind PhotoBooks come in a range of sizes with special custom features available such as a window cut shapes for the cover and hotfoil stamps in red, black and silver. The new product line will be launched at the 2008 Photo Marketing Association Convention, 31 January to 2 February, in Las Vegas with prices yet to be announced.View gallery - 2 images