PALBOARD® Terra Eco-Friendly Display Substrate

PVC Composite Panel with Climate Positive UBQ™

PALBOARD Terra is an ecological alternative to conventional sign & display substrates. It is the world’s first composite panel made from unsorted household waste diverted from landfills, and from recycled PVC.

UBQ™ is the only material upcycled from 100% unsorted waste, utilizing trash, and turning it into a sustainable resource. PALBOARD Terra is engineered for wide-format printing and mechanical fabrication, making it easy for designers to accomplish sustainability goals.




Easy to fabricate

Excellent ink adhesion

High moisture resistance

High chemical resistance


Uniform surface for high quality printing. Foam core for structural stability. Ready for printing, cutting, and V-grooving.
  • POP and retail displays

  • Advertising signage

  • Digital and screen printing

UBQ Materials

PALBOARD Terra is made from organic and unrecyclable waste, providing a sustainable substitute to other thermoplastic substrates.

The environmental impact of PALBOARD® Terra

The content of this summary report on the incorporation of Israeli-made UBQ™ material, including any files transmitted with it, is confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. It is strictly forbidden to share any part of this summary report with any third party, without our prior written consent. The prior confidential UBQ™ Climate Impact Analysis (the “Analysis”) is based on public, default data sets (e.g., ecoinvent 3.4) and/or data provided by third-party consultants, all presumed by UBQ to be reliable. Every reasonable effort has been made to present current and accurate information. However, it is noted that this Analysis is being provided to you as an instructive guide, and as such, shall under no circumstances be regarded as a definitive or binding assessment. UBQ makes no representation or warranty of any kind, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness of any information included in the Analysis and it does not accept liability for any damage or loss which may directly or indirectly arise from or in connection with any use or reliance on such information. To calculate a more accurate LCA of the full compound composition, a third-party consultant will need to be engaged and any and all additives used within the final compound formulation should be specified. It is being noted that all calculations use the IPCC AR5 metric for GWP20 (direct emissions only). Prospective customers should also be aware of the difference between GWP20 and GWP100 to gauge alignment with their existing or future reporting and assure adherence to relevant climate policies.