DISPLAY YOUR BUSINESS THE ECO WAY

DISPLAY YOUR BUSINESS THE ECO WAY

AN ECO-DISPLAY business is offering a more environmentally friendly alternative to commercial fittings.

EXhibiting Green (EG) is helping Queensland businesses, government agencies and industry reduce landfill and their carbon footprint.

The eco-display manufacturer creates signage, portable displays, exhibition booths, office and reception furniture from recycled and reusable material.

EG founder Rodd Craig’s (pictured) ‘booth in a box’ products also include point-of-sale displays for airports, resorts, specialty stores and shopping centres.

Building materials are reusable, lightweight and recyclable to promote good greenbusiness practices while reducing the cost of manufacturing, freight, storage and installation.

“The range of designs and products available from EG are made from recycled paper and waste-material,” says Craig.

“What we are producing is not only good for the environment, we also show people how to recycle and reuse – nothing is wasted. We can even manage the closedloop for our clients and ensure they meet the highest level of certification.”

EG products are packaged flat for ease of transport. They can be delivered within seven days and assembled without the need for tools.

“With our professional installers and tradespeople skilled in working with the EG range, we can deliver, assemble and fit out custom-designed projects in half the time of traditional materials,” says Craig.

“Custom-made items are shipped from our Nerang factory within 30 days.”

No project is too big for Matt Farthing and his team of designers and craftspeople.

“Our product range is endless with new designs and innovative products being launched every week,” he says.

“The company is keen to work with more architects and designers, who have projects requiring a light-weight and sustainable solution.”

EG, based at Kangaroo Point, is preparing to host an education and learning day on October 26. Designers, architects and facilities managers are invited to bring their own designs and plans – and experience the vast range on offer at the home ideas Centre in South Brisbane.

More info at: exhibitinggreen.com.au or telephone (07) 3393 1714.

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