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New Eco Trailer Helps Movie Sets And Celebs Go Green

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Tired of being an eco-conscious celebrity but not having your own trailer to match? I know I am! (or was it the other way around?)

Thanks to Quixote Studios, the production of totally green set trailers has begun. Five years ago, the company started their initial design phase, where they talked to producers, celebrities, and creatives to generate a list of things that should be included. Now, five years later, we have the Verde.

The trailer is built with sturdy, eco-conscious materials like non-formaldehyde plywood, recycled aluminum cans, and industrial scrap. To eliminate any airborne toxins, décor like eco-poly fabric couch pillows and bamboo curtains are also included. The trailer also runs on biodiesel fuel, with plenty of replacement tanks.

This luxury retreat also functions as a mobile studio, including an expandable (as well as portable) workspace fully equipped with wireless technology, double make-up stations, and full rack wardrobe.

Apparently the Verde is experiencing great success so far— its booking calendar is filling up fast! Luxury mobile homes…who could have ever imagined such an industry? (Quixote, obviously.)

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