I like giant music festivals– what’s not to like? Well, the mud, the cold, and the total lack of privacy for starters. And what about all that waste? Glass bottles, plastic containers, and empty potato chip bags (that’s “crisps” for you Brits!) can lead to a major case of eco-guilt for festival attendees.
Thankfully, 2009 brings good news for eco-concious festival goers. Not only have major music festivals like Glastonbury and Bestival gone green, but the clever folks behind MyHab have come up with a better way for you to recuperate in style. [social_buttons]
Camping in Comfort
MyHab supplies luxury festival and event accommodation in the form of sleek, two-person tents made almost completely out of recycled parts from the UK. Sturdy, comfortable, and positively posh, MyHab is turning outdoor festivals into insider events.
I know what you’re thinking- who the heck wants to set that thing up? They do! Once you’ve reserved your MyHab, all you need to do is show up at the festival. MyHab even organizes carpools and a supervised MyVillage with clean toilets and showers. If they throw in room service, I’m moving.
Corporate Branding We Can Live With
Weary festival goers aren’t the only ones celebrating. MyHab’s recycled cardboard exterior offers greener branding options for brands and corporate events I don’t know about you, but less mud and more music sounds mighty good to me, especially if it’s better for the environment!