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Tuesday, June 10, 2008
New Disc Media Flexes The Laws Of Nature


ProAction Media announced this week that they are debuting a brand new type of Disc that is not only eco-friendly, but also cost-effective.

The new Flex-Lite Disc is made using 50% less plastic than regular DVDs, which reduces the carbon footprint for manufacturing by more than 70%. The Flex-Lite Discs are created using a special process where bonders are not necessary, resulting in a Disc that is 100% recyclable.

The Flex-Light Disc has the same capacity of a DVD-5 DVD disc but it is is incredibly lightweight and flexible ? making it a more durable data storage solution than the traditional DVD media.

"We are all used to green alternatives, which often carry compromises: paying a premium or giving up certain product attributes, as an example" says Shannon Neal, COO of ProAction Media "The Flex-Lite Disc actually offers advantages traditional DVDs simply can't: It costs about the same to manufacture. It does not require protective packaging, saving trees, ink and money, and at 50% of the weight - shipping and mailing costs are drastically reduced." continues Neal.

For more information visit http://www.proactionmedia.com.


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