Surrey, British Columbia (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
Society's growing concern about our eco-systems and the consumption of our natural resources has driven the demand for low-plastic and no-plastic packaging alternatives. This means the writing is on the wall for the traditional plastic CD cases because CD sleeves made from renewable resources have emerged on the scene in a big way.
As derivatives of oil, plastics are being replaced with products made from renewable resources. In the world of CD and DVD manufacturing, the market has found printed paper and board stock packaging solutions to be an excellent combination of quality, versatility, durability, cost-effectiveness and environmental friendliness; and Precision Disc is forging ahead with a variety of no-plastic CD sleeves to fulfill market demands.
While forest-based products are not free from concerns over sustainability and management practices, Precision Disc Manufacturing Corp. uses stocks produced under the certification of the Forest Stewardship Council which, in the last decade, have set international standards for responsible forest management in over 70 countries worldwide.
To learn more, please visit http://www.predisc.com for information, specifications and on-line quoting.
About Precision Disc:
The Precision Disc Manufacturing Corp. was founded in 2001 in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, and provides full service CD and DVD manufacturing, print and packaging services for clients in the United States and Canada. As the actual manufacturer of your product, Precision Disc's mandate is to provide only the highest quality products and services, which includes a growing line of eco-friendly packaging solutions that features low-plastic, no-plastic and even biodegradable materials.