The Continuum South Beach, the iconic ocean front landmark at the southernmost point of Miami Beach, relies on www.DeepStreamDesign.com marine anodized aluminum and white recycled plastic lumber Oahu trash and recycling bins to look great for years to come. No powder coating or paint to fail, no wood to refinish or tropical rainforests to cut down. DeepStream plants 100 trees through the NGO Trees.org in Vizcaya’s name for every bin purchased.
Vizcaya, Miami historic ocean front landmark relies on environmentally friendly marine anodized aluminum and recycled plastic lumber Oahu trash and recycling bins by www.DeepStreamDesign.com to look great for years to come. No powder coating or paint to fail, no wood to refinish or tropical rainforests to cut down. DeepStream plants 100 trees through the NGO Trees.org in Vizcaya’s name for every bin purchased.
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Recycling is Mainstream America
In the fiercely competitive marketing wars for the customer’s share of mind, successful brand owners know that no positive aspect of brand awareness or affiliation can be overlooked, lest their brand be at a competitive disadvantage.
Studies show that Americans are very aware that recycling is the right thing to do, and that Americans of every age and background wish to participate and do their part. Businesses and products that support recycling generate positive brand recognition with both current and potential customers.
The easier you can make it for people to Recycle, or dispose of trash appropriately, the more often people will do so. Making it easier for people to dispose of waste appropriately boils down to offering more opportunities. DeepStream’s infinite variety of attractive trash and recycling bins make it beautiful and easy to add more opportunities for your customers or visitors to do the right thing.
Many companies have invested heavily in creating brand awareness, not only for their products, but also in creating their points of contact with customers. Businesses with large investments in bricks and mortar create brand awareness in their customers’ minds by creating strategic infrastructure that distinguishes them from their competition.
DeepStreams’ attractive bins are not an expense, they are an investment in brand image underwritten by a reduction in your maintenance budget and long term capital depreciation costs.
Given the industrial and mass-produced look of many recycling bins, it is not surprising that many businesses are reluctant to add prominent points of disposal because these choices may actually detract from their carefully orchestrated image.
DeepStream Designs has created a proprietary recycling and trash bin system that makes its products as individual and as identifiable as its customers’ brands, properties, or programs.
DeepStream realizes that it only looks as good as its product does on a customer’s property. DeepStream partners with its customers not only by creating recycling and trash bins with the exact look that its customers are looking for, but also by using sustainable design principles when creating its products so that maintenance is minimalized and all parts are easily replaceable and recyclable.
DeepStream’s unique “Core Replacement Program” supports its customers in maintaining the fresh look of these high volume points of customer contact. This program makes replacement parts available at direct manufacturer’s cost so that its products never need to be replaced. If the look of the company’s brand or property changes, the look of the bins can easily be changed to support the new marketing direction, and at a fraction of the replacement cost.
DeepStream’s latest design uses the same design principal as the Audubon, OPUS, and Oahu recyclers and trash bins but in a round form. Various graphics can be affixed to and inner graphics shell to give your bins a custom look at an affordable price. They can be easily updated with new graphics at any time for a very low cost and the stainless steel frame is built to last virtually forever. All components can be easily recycled.
Using DeepStream’s large wood garden planters with privacy screen, and matching wood trash bins, these owners have made a cozy Manhattan rooftop patio that will endure for decades.
DeepStream used the principal of Sustainable Design Large wood garden planters with glass windscreen for sidewalk restaurant patio. Modular construction and replaceable parts allows the owners to reconfigure the space over time to meet changing needs. Rugged aircraft aluminum frame allows for a lifetime structural warranty while the waterproof plastic liners keep the soil from touching the wood for longevity. All parts are recyclable when the projects life cycle ends.
In 2009, DeepStream started offering Recycled Plastic Lumber (RPL) as an alternative to tropical hardwoods. While more and more of our customers have been choosing RPL over the past eight years, in 2017, RPL is being specified more often than real wood.
RPL is a win for the environment and for our customers, as RPL reduces maintenance costs while enhancing their properties and brands through the timeless beauty and environmental statement that DeepStream RPL planters and bins make.
Like many successful companies, DeepStream was created in a response to a need. While building a condominium project and reviewing the “universe” of garden planers, we found that what we wanted was not available elsewhere. Wood planters were all carpenter-built with wood-on-wood construction, and as I’ve detailed in my planter blog link, http://planterblog.com/blog/?p=1, and they just don’t last. The valuable wood harvested from the world’s rapidly diminishing rain forests is wasted, as the planters tear themselves apart and are thrown away in a few years (typically 3-4 years here in Miami).
If your project absolutely must use tropical hardwood, then specify our Mariner planter system as it is engineered with the principles of Sustainable Design to use, or even reuse, hardwood in a design that honors the wood, allowing construction that extends wood life by decades.
Harvesting tropical hardwood destroys important habitats around the world, even if “sustainably harvested,” as hardwood trees take 50 years or more to reach maturity. Like offsetting our carbon foot print by buying carbon credits, another way to reduce this impact is to replant far more trees than we use, and we do so through Trees for the Future. To date, using proceeds from the sale of our products, DeepStream has planted more than 333,000 trees in our customers’ honor, reflecting DeepStream’s commitment to the environment we are leaving for future generations.
A key component of sustainable design is adaptability. Good design allows for the replacement, or reworking, of components to preserve the value and materials of an earlier design when a situation requires it. Even if that situation arises early in the life cycle of a design.
Nowhere is that more apparent than when an error has been made on large complex projects where a miscalculation between initial measurements and “as-built” dimension means that components ordered months earlier in a project do not fit when finally installed.
You can see in this example where DeepStream’s modular planter design allowed us to cut down the lengths of planks in the middle section of a multi-section planter to accommodate an unrecorded change in dimensions at very little cost in dollars or materials.
While the wood will take a week or so to fade to the match color the same design feature allows for replacement of parts or further adaptation for the life of the planter.
To put the principal of Sustainable Design to work for your project go to www.DeepStreamDesign.com