There is a company called Ever Green that calls themselves “the first truly green travel trailers”. They are 20% lighter than conventional trailers for better gas mileage and are made with recyclable composite materials which they say is their replacement for non-renewable wood products. They use a product called High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) which yields a high strength to weight ratio. They offer everything from trailers that can sleep a large family and the pets comfortably to trailers made for 2 people. Seems like a neat company and their products look really cool!
Westfalia camper vans are also a great way to travel in an eco-friendly manner. My boyfriend rebuilds and sells Westfalias. They are very cute, extemely versatile, and get good (about 28 mpg) gas mileage. In 1982, there was a diesel model produced, and some people have converted this model to run on Waste Vegetable Oil (WVO). I heard a song once about traveling across the country on “french fry grease.” Westfalia camper vans can sleep up to 4 people and come with a refrigerator, sink, stove, wardrobe, and several storage cabinets. However, they are not made anymore and have a cult following, which means that they can be quite expensive. People will pay a lot of money for a fully functional, reconditioned Westfalia.
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