Eco-responsible building wrap delivered for Grosvenor Estate
Embrace Building Wraps have completed the installation of the first PVC-free printed scaffold wrap at Newson’s Yard in Belgravia for the Grosvenor Estate.
After removal the durable textile material can be reused in the agricultural sector and then ultimately processed to generate energy from waste, unlike PVC which is generally sent to landfill.
The UK’s first non-PVC digitally printed scaffold wrap measures 26m wide & 4.5m high. Our banner utilises Kavalan’s Sunlight frontlit eco-responsible substrate, developed closely with digital print specialists CMYUK.
Greg Forster, MD at Embrace, comments:
Together with the Grosvenor Estate our two organisations respect the environment and are always on the lookout for fresh innovative solutions. The distinctive design on the wrap is pixel-perfect, masking the scaffold whilst maintaining a delightful streetscape for the community during the build. We lead, others follow!
To find out more about our credible alternative to PVC building wraps Visit our recent PVC-free scaffold banner & building wraps news article or contact us.
Take a look at our Newson’s Yard, Belgravia full case study.