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Your guide to Eco-friendly materials 2018

Updated: Aug 22, 2018

“What a load of rubbish…” - not the phrase you’d usually want describing your latest scheme, however that could be about to change!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have noticed the world is waking up to the effects we’re all having on the environment. At Stylo, we’re no different, and the term which we’ve dubbed ‘The Attenborough Effect’ is starting to shape the way we think about display.

In 2018, our mission is to expand our eco-friendly offer. That’s why we’ve created a guide to the materials currently available that can help us all become a little greener.

Debenhams 2018 'Bring It On' eco-friendly campaign

In our guide you can expect to see some industry favourites such as Reboard and Plywood but you will also find out the benefits of 3D printing (check out some of our 3D models) and the new kid on the block, Banova board. Weather (sorry) you are conscious about the environment or ticking Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) boxes everyone is looking to have a greener window display. Debenhams 'Bring it On' campaign had an eco-friendly topic at the heart of their London Oxford Street display.

This famous retailer made sure that all materials were recyclable or were recycled at the end of the campaign.

Our team at Stylo pulled together a concise list of materials for Debenhams and using our industry knowledge helped provide the most appropriate material for each part of the display.

Since then the demand to be more 'green' has increased and our eco guide has become a great hit with our current clients, so we thought that we would open this up to the wider world and help do our bit to make the world a little bit greener.

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