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DVD Packaging: Unified makes 100% Eco-friendly DVD packaging for Tapped the Movie


We recently produced an eco- friendly DVD for the environmental documentary,Tapped the Movie by Atlas Films. Because of the independent film company’s advocacy, Atlas Films collaborated with Unified Manufacturing in making 100% eco-friendly DVD packaging.

We made a cardboard sleeve that is made of 100% recycled material. The CD Cardboard sleeve and disc art is printed with pure soy-based ink. Unlike traditional petroleum-based ink, the natural components of soy-based ink make it more eco-friendly and make recycling paper easier. In an effort to avis plastic shrink wrap, Unified Manufacturing opted for a wafer seal.

Tapped illustrates the impact of the global water crisis on America and what individuals can do to enact change sooner rather than later. Tapped examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.

The materials used for Green packaging usually costs a little higher than the ones used in making standard packaging. We admire those companies and individuals who are willing to sacrifice a few cents in order to eliminate the damage done by plastics and other harmful chemicals to the planet.

Do check it out!

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Unified Manufacturing is an L.A. -based one-stop-shop that offers very affordable CD/DVD/USB replication, custom printing, promotional products, warehousing and fulfillment and many more. If you need an Instant Quote on a project and you want FREE SHIPPING, simply CLICK HERE.

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