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Favini with Shrio Alga Carta exhibit paper produced with algae from Venice

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Favini with Shrio Alga Carta exhibit paper produced with algae from Venice

April 12, 2011 - 04:36

VENICE, Italy, April 12, 2011 (Press Release) -Favini is at Milan Fuorisalone 2011 with Shiro Alga Carta, the paper produced with algae from the Venice Lagoon, and Biancoflash Premium, a special soft, extremely white paper.

Nurture a green city, a work by Mexican graphic designer José Gallardo, part of the Felicity Calendar 2011 and printed by Ditre Group on Shiro Alga Carta, will be presented at the NHOW HOTEL on via Tortona 35, in the exposition spaces of interior design pioneer Nonogiorno. The exhibition opens today. Visitors will receive a free copy in a limited edition

Biancoflash Premium is the support for all paper material of Edition of 6 "Where design meets craftsmanship" exhibition, dedicated to the special relation between design and craftsmanship. On show a limited edition of pieces created by six international designers and developed with Italian craftsmen. From 12 to 17 April 2011, Wannabee Gallery, Ventura Lambrate area, Via Massimiano 25.

Favini Favini is a specialist paper manufacturer with a history of over 100 years. It is a world leader in industrial release paper and has a strong market position in speciality fine paper with innovative and niche products for the fashion and luxury sectors.

Favini is based on two Italian mills (near Venice and Milan), operating in the specialty fine paper and industrial release paper markets, plus a converting plant producing office and school articles. The two mills employ about 480 people. For decades Favini has been an eco-friendly company and has been dedicating important investments to safeguard the environment. Favini created Alga Carta, a unique paper produced from algal blooms in the Venice Laguna. Favini has state of the art equipment to purify and recycle waste water, it uses only FSC pulps or those from controlled sources and uses important levels of renewable energy.