Orbus Exhibit & Display Group has announced a partnership with environmental not-for-profit Repurpose America. The partnership not only allows the company to further its own environmental protection efforts but also supports and encourages local recycling and repurposing of waste materials.
Orbus has been certified under ISO 14001:2004 since March of 2010, upholding a strong dedication to minimising harmful effects on the environment, protecting the environment, and achieving a continual improvement of environmental performance.
Recently, Orbus’ environmental preservation efforts via its Las Vegas facility, operated by Aaron Kozar, have branched into a partnership with local, like-minded not-for-profit organisation Repurpose America. Headed by Zachary Delbex, the Las Vegas-based organisation aims specifically to reduce waste created by tradeshow exhibits and displays.
To date, the partnership has produced several repurposed items such as badge holders, masks, tote bags and iPad holders, all created from scrap vinyl and other materials used in the production process. The collaboration furthers Orbus’ dedication to preserving the environment, and also serves as a means of supporting one of the communities the company is located in. Orbus is pleased with the results of the partnership effort thus far, and looks forward to what the future will bring.