Samsung now packs TVs in boxes, from which you can later make furniture

Samsung Electronics has introduced a new eco-friendly Eco-Package for its products, which can

serve as more than just packaging.

What it is

According to research by the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), about 95% of cardboard boxes end up in a landfill immediately after the product is unpacked. And that’s about 90 billion cardboard a year.

Eco-Package was created to be an eco-friendlyalternatives with the aim of reducing waste and reducing the negative impact on the environment. The packaging is environmentally friendly and recyclable.

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What to do about it

Samsung suggests not throwing boxes into landfills, but turning them into furniture and home accessories. For example, a bedside table, a shelf for things or a house for a pet.

Just scan the QR code on the sideboxes - and receive detailed instructions on how to complete the “craft”. After this, you need to connect the dots printed on cardboard with a pencil, cut out the resulting parts and assemble a new piece of furniture. All this will take no more than 30–40 minutes.

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By the way, Eco-Packaging's design has been recognized at the CES Innovation Awards for promoting the efficient use of natural resources.

Such boxes are already being used to package The Serif interior TVs.

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