Corian Design Advances Sustainability with Updates to Product Sampling Program
In a drive toward zero sample waste, these program updates help keep materials out of the landfill by facilitating the return of unused samples for recycling.
Corian Design is pleased to announce recent updates to their sample kit program that help to advance sustainability and make efficient use of resources while delivering the same trusted expertise and knowledge to their customers.
The changes are two-fold and include a recycling program for returning samples to avoid landfills, as well as a move toward customized sample boxes that will better address customers’ specific design decisions on projects and enable the showcase of all three product lines together demonstrating the total Corian Design surfacing solution.
The sample kit recycling program was launched in October 2022 and provides a return shipping label to all commercial A&D customers. This prepaid label allows customers to send samples back after they’ve finished using them in their design process. Once the samples are returned, they can be recycled and repurposed. This simple process will help keep countless samples out of the waste stream, as they may have once been disposed of by customers once they were no longer needed, as well as reduce the footprint of sample libraries.
Additionally, Corian Design launched a new branded customizable multi-material box. This box is expected to hold up to three large Endura samples and six 4×4 samples of Solid Surface or Quartz. Since these boxes will be fully customizable, they’re expected to generate less waste and provide a more streamlined, personalized experience for individual customers.
Nicole Fanandakis, Corian Design merchandising manager, discussed why the timing is right for these program changes. “The increase of hybrid work environments in recent years has amplified the need for more sustainable sampling solutions,” she said. “Large sample libraries in the office have become a thing of the past.”
With these program updates in place, Corian Design can provide a flexible, sustainable buying experience for its customers while advancing toward its sustainability goal of zero sample waste. These changes also will help DuPont make progress on its 2030 sustainability goals of innovating for good and protecting people and the planet.
About Corian Design
Corian Design, a division of DuPont Water & Protection, is a global organization that creates, manufactures and markets advanced materials, products and solutions for interior design and architecture, originating from a foundation of world-class technologies and expertise. Marketed under the Corian brand and the Make your Space tagline, its materials, products and solutions meet the most demanding requirements in terms of beauty, functionality and durability. The Corian Design global portfolio is continuously evolving, and it currently includes Corian Solid Surface, Corian Quartz and Corian Endura. To learn more about Corian Design, visit www.corian.com.
About DuPont Water & Protection
DuPont Water & Protection is a global leader in products and solutions that protect what matters – people, structures and the environment – and enables its customers to win through unique capabilities, global scale and iconic brands including Corian, Kevlar, Nomex, Tyvek, Styrofoam and Filmtec.
DuPont (NYSE: DD) is a global innovation leader with technology-based materials and solutions that help transform industries and everyday life. Our employees apply diverse science and expertise to help customers advance their best ideas and deliver essential innovations in key markets including electronics, transportation, construction, water, healthcare and worker safety. More information about the company, its businesses and solutions can be found at http://www.dupont.com. Investors can access information included on the Investor Relations section of the website at investors.dupont.com.
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