CIRCULAR PRODUCT FOOTPRINT OF THE ECOCAB NEO FROM MERFORD CABINS IS 51%
To test out the Circular Product Footprint we present the CPF of a Merford product. A large proportion of the Merford products contribute to a sustainable working and living environment. Consider, for example, the fire doors, acoustic absorption materials and Merford ergonomic operator cabins. In addition, more and more of the Merford products, whether or not partly, are constructed from recycled materials. A good example of this is the Ecocab NEO, the crane cab that consists of recycled and recyclable materials. This is why the National Sustainability Institute is very proud of the Ecocab NEO as a test case for the Circular Product Footprint.
“The NDI and SGS have tested different products from different sectors and are launching the Merford Cabins test case in June 2018. Merford Cabins measures its Ecocab NEO through the Circular Product Footprint.This cabin already has a Cradle to Cradle certificate and that makes this case just so interesting! ” according to Kelly Ruigrok, founder of the NDI, GSES and developer of the Circular Product Footprint.
“Merford Cabins has been investing for decades in providing sustainable solutions for crane operators, so that they remain vital and can carry out their work in a pleasant and professional manner.” With the Ecocab NEO we are just going one step further. the products in the industrial sector can also be produced with the utmost respect for people and the environment The Cradle to Cradle certificate is a nice reward for this innovation, but in the end it is all about the fact that everyone looks a bit further than normal. we are proud to be involved in this project of the NDI. ” according to David Buschman, general manager of Merford Cabins.