Design Museum exhibition exploring the issue of waste in travel

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  • Mark Caswell

    For anyone who might be interested, design consultancy Priestmangoode (responsible for the design of a wide range of travel products including Westjet’s new business class and the new Zip by Premier Inn rooms) is currently exhibiting at the Design Museum in London.

    The ‘Get Onboard: Reduce.Reuse.Rethink’ exhibition is running until February 9, 2020, and according to the firm:

    “The exhibition explores the issue of waste in travel. Each year, an estimated 5.7 million tonnes of cabin waste is generated on passenger flights, from single-use plastic to meal trays and earphones. Here, we look at how developments in eco materials, initiatives from suppliers and changes in consumer behaviour could transform our experience across all transport modes and lead us to a more sustainable industry.”

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