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Sustainable exhibition stand building considerations.

Minimising environmental impact, maximising personal impact We're conscious that this is an area notorious for it's waste and toxin filled materials. We're doing our best, including some innovative research projects, to deliver solutions that reduce this impact. How do we do this?

Careful selection of materials Choosing the materials that have lower embodied carbon, lower toxicity and recyclability whilst maintaining the characteristics of the traditional materials, which make them so successful to work with.

Hiring equipment Much equipment can be hired to save you money as well as reducing environmental impact. From furniture to AV equipment, we treat this the same as sourcing any material – looking at the environmental credentials of the item, including energy saving opportunities.

Reusable elements Reusability is a concept that even the most bespoke built exhibition stand can embrace. We don't need to limit creativity.

Travel & waste management Having the processes and supply chain management to ensure we reduce travel and waste where possible.

Carbon calculation & offsetting When you’ve reduced the environmental impact of the exhibition stand as much as is feasible, there is still going to be a remaining impact. We offer clients the option of calculating the remaining carbon emissions of the stand and offsetting these.


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