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FLEXO Magazine : March 2009
JONCRYL@ water-based polymer tech- nology has been the world standard for water-based flexographic printing inks for more than 40 years. In the U.S. alone, water-based polymer technology has helped flexographic printers avoid the use and consumption of more than 170 million pounds of solvent each year. That is the equivalent of 188 million pounds of CO 2 emissions; which in turn is the annual equivalent of greenhouse gas emissions from 15,500 automobiles. That means fewer VOCs, cleaner air, fewer greenhouse gasses, and a more sustainable future for each of us. BASF continues to make advances in water-based JONCRYL technology and accelerate the opportunity to further decrease solvent consumption. Whether it's JONCRYL FLX technology for surface film printing, JONCRYL HPD for more efficient pigment dispersion color concentrates, or JONCRYL LMV for more printer-friendly ink systems to reduce waste, BASF is helping keep our skies blue and our outlook green. Please contact your ink supplier for more information about inks formulated with JONCRYL polymers. www.bastcom/naftaresins s::: o o c. ... o U LL m - o ... a:s E (1) 'C a:s ... - 'C (1) ... (1) - CI) '5 (1) ... a:s . ....I f;: U Z o """)
Sustainable Winter 2009