For this year’s festival, SMARTPLY helped Greenpeace in the creation of a number of new timber structures made from sustainable, durable and moisture resistant OSB3 panels that are an integral part of this temporary town in a field.
SMARTPLY OSB3, in thicknesses of 9mm, 11mm and 18mm, were used by the Greenpeace team to create the forest showers, climbing wall, the Greenpeace information stop, the entrance to the virtual reality dome showing David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef Dive, and new insert sections of an impressive 7-metre drop slide.
Originally designed for the creation of hoardings, the true versatility of SMARTPLY SITEPROTECT PLUS, a double sided coated OSB3 panel, was demonstrated by the Greenpeace carpenters who built a number of large, reusable time travel seating pods.
GB Sales Manager, George Watson at SMARTPLY commented: "We are delighted that we continue to play a part in this iconic festival. As we continue to make commitments to environmental responsibility, it is testament to our forest certification and diligence from trees to trucks which enables Greenpeace to regularly use our products.”
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