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Recycled Convention Card Holders, with white recycled name cards. Pack 25.

  • $9.99
  • Ex Tax:$9.08
  • Product Code: 700888
  • Availability: In Stock

Clear Convention Card Holders made from 100% recycled PVC plastic. Each card holder has a pin and clip for attachment. Pack of 25 card holders with 25 name cards for insertion, made from Eco White 100% recycled 300gsm card weight printing paper; Bright White; 100% recycled post-consumer and FSC certified. Process Chlorine Free (PCF);  ISO 14001  FSC Certified Mill.

Ideal for meetings, conventions, small business gatherings, product launches, networking, professional development, training, and anywhere where you need to use name badges to identify the participants.

Note re PVC and Recycling: the production of PVC causes serious hazards for both the environment and human health. Over 90% of the PVC consumed in Australia is used in long-life applications such as pipe, flooring and cable applications, window frames etc. Recycling volumes of PVC are relatively low currently partly because much of the PVC is still in use in our infrastructure and buildings. But some PVC is being recycled thus prolonging the life of the polymer and keeping it out of landfill.

Clear Convention Card Holders made from 100% recycled PVC plastic. Each card holder has a pin and clip for attachment. Pack of 25 card holders with 25 name cards for insertion, made from Eco White 100% recycled 300gsm card weight printing paper; Bright White; 100% recycled post-consumer and FSC certified. Process Chlorine Free (PCF);  ISO 14001  FSC Certified Mill.

Ideal for meetings, conventions, small business gatherings, product launches, networking, professional development, training, and anywhere where you need to use name badges to identify the participants.

Note re PVC and Recycling: the production of PVC causes serious hazards for both the environment and human health. Over 90% of the PVC consumed in Australia is used in long-life applications such as pipe, flooring and cable applications, window frames etc. Recycling volumes of PVC are relatively low currently partly because much of the PVC is still in use in our infrastructure and buildings. But some PVC is being recycled thus prolonging the life of the polymer and keeping it out of landfill.

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