THE REY JUAN CARLOS UNIVERSITY OF MADRID KEEPS ON COMMITTING TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Once again, a bench model manufactured by the Cervic Environment is the one chosen by the University for its Installation on their campus.
The continuous commitment of the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid to sustainability makes them trust again in the products manufactured by Cervic environment. The University has opted for the installation of the Vancouver RecyPlast benches with 6 boards. This choice has been based on the aesthetics and quality of its finishes and maintains the line set by the University to bet on the circular economy, since for the manufacture of this model Cervic Environment has used a 75% of the materials with their origin in recycling.
The installation of these benches not only contributes to the improvement of the facilities, but also reinforces the commitment to the sustainability of the University. They are made of steel (100% recyclable) and recycled plastic boards have been used, replacing the conventional wooden boards, which give the benches a finish similar to that of wood, offering greater durability and without the need to carry out any maintenance for optimal conservation.