PVC Free Banner
Envirotech PP125 - PVC Free PP Non-Woven Banner 125g/m2
Guide Prices From: £47.51
Envirotech EF150 - PVC Free Frontlit Banner 150g/m2 FR B1 W/W
Guide Prices From: £207.45
Envirotech PP180 - PVC Free Flex Banner 180g/m2
Guide Prices From: £654.22
Envirotech PE175 Supreme PE Woven Banner
Guide Prices From: £470.76
Envirotech EF270 - PVC Free Banner 270g/m2 FR B1 W/W
Guide Prices From: £389.82
Envirotech EBL270 - PVC Free Blockout Banner 270g/m2 FR EN13501 W/W
Envirotech EM180 - PVC Free Mesh Banner 180g/m2 FR B1 W/W
Guide Prices From: £314.48
Envirotech EM210 - PVC Free Mesh Banner 210g/m2 FR EN13501
Guide Prices From: £523.26
Envirotech EF300 - PVC Free Frontlit Banner 300g/m2 FR B1 W/W
Guide Prices From: £409.44
Envirotech BIO250 - PVC Free Biodegradable Print Media Grey Back 300g/m2 FR EN13501
Guide Prices From: £546.77
Envirotech EFG300 - PVC Free Frontlit Banner Grey Back 300gsm FR B1
Guide Prices From: £941.29
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PVC Free Banner
Go eco-friendly with Envirotech PVC-free banner materials
A fantastic alternative to PVC banner materials, our PVC Free Banner substrates in wide format widths (3.2m and 5m) offer all the durability, flexibility, and recyclability you need to create durable eco-friendly banners.
The Envirotech range includes various weights to suit your individual needs, with mesh and block-out versions available for impactful outdoor displays that can cope with the elements. We also stock a wide range of B1 and EN13501 fire rated materials.
PVC-free banner materials are made from widely recyclable plastics, such as polypropylene and polyethene. PVC is not widely recycled, and most waste is incinerated or sent to landfill, so switching to PVC-free materials is kind to the planet.
Another option is Envirotech BIO250, a biodegradable material made from plant fibres that can decompose naturally without special equipment.
You can use PVC-free banner materials for internal and external banners, surface coverings, screens, backdrops, and roller banners. We also offer frontlit, mesh banners, and block-out banners for specific applications.
Contact us for advice if you need help specifying the best banners and print media for your print project. We are here to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are PVC-free banners?
PVC-free banners are made from recyclable or biodegradable alternatives to polyvinyl chloride. They are a direct substitute without sacrificing performance or printability, making them an eco-friendly and economical choice.
What are PVC-free banners made from?
The most common substitute plastics include polypropylene (PP) and polyethene (PE), which are widely and easily recycled. Envirotech BIO300 takes a different approach, made from compostable natural fibres.
What are the different types of PVC-free banners?
You can get woven, non-woven, frontlit, block-out, and mesh banners with or without fire ratings. Most woven banners are polyethene, and non-woven banners are polypropylene, with woven banners being a sturdier substrate suitable for the outdoors.
What are the applications for PVC-free banners?
PVC-free banners are a direct substitute for PVC banner displays and hoardings in advertising, marketing, and branding campaigns. We sell banners up to 5m wide for wide-format printers – perfect for large displays.
How to install PVC-free banners
PVC-free banners usually have a hem to fix them to a fence, wall or scaffolding. The installer runs rope or zip ties through eyelets in the banner and tightens the ties to ensure minimal slack for a safe, sturdy installation.