Packaging company DS Smith has designed cardboard separators which it says will help with social distancing across a variety of sectors.
The company said that the “sustainable barriers” can be used across sectors such as industrial environments, offices, waiting rooms, retail outlets, schools, restaurants and public spaces.
DS Smith says its design team worked to develop the barriers to meet flexibility and safety demands , as well as making them self-supporting, quick, simple and easy to replace on a frequent basis.
The company said the separators can be adapted for different customer needs and can feature key messages, such as advising people to stay 2 meters apart.
DS Smith said that the barriers are also 100% recyclable and environmentally sustainable.
James Lomax, UK sales director a DS Smith said: “As society moves to enhanced social mobility following the easing of lockdown measures, we’ve been working closely with customers and local partners to produce social distancing solutions that provide safety and peace of mind in a wide range of environments.”
“Whether these are separators to create a safe working space of screens to allow consumers to pack their food without being too close to fellow shoppers in the stores, we are pleased to be using our expertise to deliver solutions that help solutions that help society move out of lockdown. These produces are constructed from high performance materials which are 100% recyclable and environmentally sustainable.”
Source: letsrecycle.com Packaging