QCR attend private art function at Devon Contract Waste

5th May 2015

Last week, QCR’s very own Steve Hillier was invited to the Private View at Devon Contract Waste in their Enviro Hub. The exhibition is running from 27th April to 22nd May and is in conjunction with Exeter University.

The art exhibition is centred on the theme of recycling and the circular economy, with works of art on display created from various recyclable materials.

Steve, Area Manager for Devon and Cornwall popped along with a QCR 102 baler to see what all the fuss was about.

Steve was impressed with the creative minds of the exhibitors; he had this to say. “I am always looking for ideas to include on our stand at the various shows we attend. Some of the creations really were brilliant. I was particularly impressed with the very well made insect hide, fashioned from an old plastic chair”!

Other exhibits include an attractive table ornament formed of screws, a concoction of items discovered on the beach and a striking work of art shaped out of plastic milk containers.

Steve certainly has some interesting new ideas for his QCR shows. Pop along to Devon Contract Waste to check out the exhibition for yourself.

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