D-Pail Going Green

  • Each D-pail contains three Bio-degradable liners.
  • D-Pails are made from 100% recycled materials.
  • The ink used is soy based and meets all safety standards.
  • The D-Pails are easily recycled after your event.
  • The D-Pails flat packed design saves space on trucking to and from events.
  • The ratio is that for every one plastic pail seven D-Pails would fit in the same foot print. 
  • Post show there is no outbound trucking due to its disposable nature.
  • The use of D-Pails greatly reduces your carbon signature.  
  • Reduced fossil fuel consumption and the emissions connected to burning those fuels.
  • The washing of waste pails will require containment pits built to identify any possible pollutants.
  • D-Pails do not require the use of water, detergents, and electricity used to clean plastic pails.
  • The plastic pails end use is landfills. Either directly after shows, in high labor rate cities, or when no longer suitable for rental.

Q-Tops Going Green

  • Q-Tops® are form fitted to the table size avoiding wasted material. Traditional rolled vinyl had to be wider and cut longer than the table
  • Traditional rolled vinyl had to stapled to the tables, using as many as 20 staples per table, Q-Tops® are form fitted, requiring no staples.
  • Q-Tops® can be recycled after the event with other plastics

D-Skirts Going Green

  • The use of disposable skirts eliminates injury from staples that reusable skirt leave behind.
  • Reusable skirts when laundered use water, detergents, chemicals, and electricity. Repeated cleaning can and does wash out the fire retardant chemicals.
  • Disposable skirts weigh 8 ounces V s. 3 pounds for reusable.
  • Disposable skirts fit 30% more per dolly and due to their disposable nature require no outbound trucking or handling
  • The burning of fossil fuels (Diesel) is greatly reduced when using disposable skirting over reusable skirting.
  • The size and weight difference creates a footprint of 5 to 1.
  • Less trucking reduces harmful emissions of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides.
  • New technology is being developed to create fire retardant chemicals that do not cancel out the fabrics bio- degradability.
  • 25 staples per reusable skirt would be eliminated using disposable skirts.

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