Idesco Unveils Eco-Friendly Oversized ID Cards

The environmental-friendly cards went through testing by Northeast Laboratories, Inc., which included a degradation.

Idesco Corp., an ID card solutions provider, announced it now offers oversized degradable ID cards to customers in addition to the standard oversized cards.

These new environmental-friendly cards will help event managers offer an eco-friendly solution to their customers, says the company. The cards went through testing by Northeast Laboratories, Inc., which included a degradation test according to Method ASTM D5511 — Standard Test Method for Determining Anaerobic Biodegradation of Plastic Materials Under High-Solids Anaerobic-Digestion Conditions.

With its line of oversized ID card printers, Idesco gives customers the option of either buying or renting printers for their events. Event managers can select from a full range of oversized printers and can order these new degradable cards for the XXL and the Zebra ZC10L printers.

“Idesco is happy to be able to offer our customers an environmentally friendly option when it comes to oversized credentials,” said Idesco President Andrew Schonzeit. “We are thrilled to not only help our environment; but give our customers all the options that they need when it comes to their ID card solutions.”

The cards are available blank or fully preprinted. Ordering preprinted cards in advance helps speed up the registration process at a live event and keep lines moving, the company says. Attendees and visitors will get a professional badge while reducing their environmental footprint.

For more information on Idesco’s line of oversized ID card solutions and new degradable cards, contact the company at 212-889-2530 or visit

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