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  • Zero Waste Shipping Labels - Recyclable Shipping Labels
  • Zero Waste Shipping Labels - Recyclable Shipping Labels

Direct Thermal Label on Zero Waste Liner - 4" x 6" - REGULAR (250 Labels) - Single Roll

$10.20

 *** Thermal Labels are not eligible for quantity discounts

 


With EcoEnclose Zero Waste Shipping Labels, you can take your sustainability to the next level! These Direct Thermal labels feature a release liner that is 100% recycled AND curbside recyclable! These truly are the world's most earth conscious direct thermal labels.

In July of 2020, we improved the adhesive on these labels. They now feature a high performance acrylic emulsion that is designed to form a strong bond on recycled paper. Check out this video to see the performance of the new adhesive.

These labels are compatible with regular Direct Thermal printers that have a Sensor Setting option for "Reflective" or "Black Mark" (some direct thermal printers only work with a very specific set of labels). We recommend you check this setting on your thermal printer before placing an order for these labels.

When you receive these labels, adjust your "SENSOR TYPE" setting to "reflective" or "black mark" (versus "transmissive" which is for gap labels).  

Click here to find a compatible printer.

 

SKU:
SL-DT-ZWL-4x6-250-Roll
Availability:
Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Width:
10.00" x
Height:
5.00" x
Depth:
10.00"
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The world's most eco-friendly Direct Thermal Shipping Labels! They feature a release liner that is 100% recycled and curbside recyclable with a recycle-friendly adhesive!

  • Compatible with popular shipping software and existing printing equipment
  • Features pressure-sensitive, self-sealing adhesive
  • Zero Waste Liner: Made with 100% recycled content, 100% curbside recyclable with paper
  • Recycle Compatible Adhesive, Recyclable
  • Compatible with Direct Thermal Printers.
  • Processed Chlorine Free (PCF)
  • BPA Free
  • Manufactured in North America
  • 250 labels per roll
  • 4x6" labels
  • 1/8" spacing
  • 1 inch core, 3 inch outer diameter
  • 2 lbs.

 

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  • 4
    Mostly Perfect

    Posted by Erika Kelly on Jan 19th 2021

    These are great and work with my Dymo label printer. The only bummer is that they're just a tiny bit shorter than other brands. Because of this, when I'm printing off a label for an international order it cuts off a tiny part of the information. Sadly can't order them again for this reason. Otherwise really nice.

  • 5
    Zero Waste Direct Thermal Label

    Posted by Kristina Nieves on Dec 20th 2020

    These work great with my Dymo LabelWriter XL! I didn't need to make any adjustments. The only thing that would make these better is if they had a message printed on the border indicating that they were recycled AND recyclable. I want everyone that receives a package from me to know!

  • 4
    Love the labels, but a bit tricky with Arkscan printers

    Posted by Nikki Garcia on Oct 26th 2020

    I was so happy to find these labels to add to my zero waste business shipping, but they do seem to be a bit tricky with the Arkscan printer. They work fine for several prints, but every few jobs the alignment goes off, the printer realizes it and feeds a few more labels out, and an error light comes on and the printer becomes non responsive. The only way to make it respond again is to reload my old labels, do a print, and then reload these a couple timed and eventually they start again. I have tried just reloading them several times in a row, and it never works until I put the old ones back, do a print, and then start again. I believe the issue is with the way they are rolled and how it affects the feed, my old labels are much tighter and smoother at the edge and feed through without any problems and these seem to have a bit of an uneven edge. Also, just a note on taping over them since I saw someone else made a note on it being ok, when I taped over them the ink completely disappeared after a couple days, but the adhesive seems strong so I am not worried about them on their own. All that being said, I will continue to use them since they are the only label I can find that is fully recyclable.

  • 5
    Works perfectly!

    Posted by Monica on Sep 8th 2020

    I just recently bought my first thermal printer and wanted to get some eco-friendly shipping labels. Being it was my first time using a thermal paper and trying these new label, everything worked out perfectly. I was able to change the settings on my thermal printer to be compatible with these labels! FYI: I have the Rollo label printer incase anyone wanted to know :)

    10/10 recommend, imma keep buying these

  • 5
    Very happy these exist, tricky to use with an LP2844

    Posted by Dan on Aug 8th 2020

    First of all, I'm really happy to have found these labels. I hate having to throw away the silicone-coated backings found on most thermal labels. It seems incredibly wasteful to generate so much garbage. Thank you for presenting an alternative, and I hope to continue using these labels going forward. The quality seems good, the adhesive seems strong, and it looks like these labels do NOT turn black under clear tape (like some other thermal labels do).

    That said, I use an old Zebra LP2844 thermal printer, and it was pretty difficult to get these labels to work with it. By default, this printer uses a transmissive (gap) sensor for its auto-calibration process, which does NOT work with these labels.

    However, the LP2844 does have a reflective (black mark) sensor, but the setting to use it can only be changed (on a Mac) via an EPL2 command. Zebra provides Windows software that might facilitate changing this setting, but I don't know.

    So, if you want use these labels with your LP2844 on a Mac (or Linux), you have to send the EPL2 command "Q1190,B28+40" to the printer first. In addition, if you're printing an EPL2-formatted label, you'll need to replace any existing "Q" commands in your file with the command above, prior to printing. This can be automated with some scripting, but it took me a while to figure out, so I thought I'd share it here.