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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : May/June 2007 : Industry News

Displaying the Effort
With the launch of a new sustainable modular exhibit system, Exhibit Design Consultants becomes the nation's first manufacturer of such a product.

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With the launch of Eco•Systems, Exhibit Design Consultants (EDC) is now the nation’s first manufacturer of a sustainable, green-built, modular exhibit system. EDC officially launched the product at the 2007 Exhibitor Show in Las Vegas in March.

The Eco•Systems brand is the first green-built portable-modular exhibit system in the nation developed with environmentally responsible materials benchmarked to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building rating system from the U.S. Green Building Council. The exhibit systems are built using a variety of materials derived from recycled content, rapidly renewable materials and recyclable materials.

The debut of Eco•Systems comes as green products, technologies and services are growing exponentially. More and more corporations are recognizing the value of embracing the green trend as it expands beyond environmental protection and a healthy, productive workforce, into improving the overall bottom line.

In addition to launching the nation’s first product line of green-built environmental exhibit technology, EDC also kicked off a comprehensive recycling service known as “Reincarnation.” The Reincarnation Exhibit Recycling Program is designed to reduce the volume of retired exhibit materials reaching landfills. The program features the recycling of nearly every exhibit material, including aluminum, plastic, wood, particle board, corrugated cardboard, fabric, metal, laminate, nylon, Velcro, paper, Styrofoam, foam packing material and carpet.

Unfortunately, the exhibit industry has been known to create significant waste and byproducts that are regularly sent to landfills, rather than recycled or even reused. EDC is trying to change this by raising the bar and creating an entirely new segment of the industry with environmental exhibit technology and recycling services.

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