Recycled Content

Many of our standard label and packaging materials are now available with recycled content. Including post-consumer recycled content in your packaging can help reduce the environmental impact of your brand, and help you meet your sustainability targets. Our recycled content solutions offer identical performance and aesthetics as our standard materials, and pass stringent trade association testing and certification.

Contribute to the circular economy

Recycled content labels offer the same performance characteristics as traditional virgin raw materials, and they pass stringent trade association testing and certification. Moreover, they are compatible with existing label application and filling equipment—making it easier than ever to transition to a more sustainable labeling solution.

Brook + Whittle’s sustainable solutions

Brook + Whittle offers many sustainable pressure sensitive label options to help you boost your packaging’s recycled content.


  • Paper labels with 10% to 100% post-consumer waste
  • Polypropylene and polyethylene film labels with 30% to 100% post-consumer recycled content.
  • Are compatible with existing label application and filling equipment

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