Drifter Benches | Streetlife

Benches made from reclaimed mooring posts

The 30- to 40-year-old hardwood used in Drifter Benches from Streetlife is certified as FSC Recycled 100%. These benches are an example of the circular economy, with a unique rustic look that appeals to the imagination. The benches are virtually indestructible and blend well in any environment. Drifter Benches can also be made from a sustainable wood-free alternative: Lava Grey. A 3 m – 118” long L2 Drifter Bench in this material contains recycled plastic waste produced by 15 households in a single year.

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The supports are made from thick-walled CorTen or hot-dip galvanised steel, optionally powder coated in a RAL colour. Dimensional deviations and irregularities in the wood are unavoidable and are an integral part of the recycling process.

Website https://www.streetlife.nl/en/products/drifter-benches

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