They're called the "Ever Lite" series, and they're made by Ever
Green RVs. Looking at them from the outside its hard to tell just what makes this recreational vehicle green besides the color. Brad porter the sales manager at centennial rv says from tip to tail the ever green rv is almost completely recyclable... Porter "They are the only RV manufacturer that is actually certified green."
Porter "There's probably a few odds and ends of parts of maybe the oven or things that might not be able to be recycled but 90 percent of the whole product will be." Even at night when you hit the hay you'll actually be sleeping on used plastic. Porter says, "It's a hypo–allergenic mattress built from recycled plastic bottles."
Another thing says Porter that sets the Ever Green apart is its make up. Typically RVs are stuck together with a chemical cocktail of glue. which usually includes formaldehyde. When they are new the gas will leak out into the living area. "You get one fresh off the manufactures floor, oh man you come inside, instant eye burn and you can't breath," says, Porter.
The Ever Green uses light weight material enforced with the same thing you find in bullet proof vests. Porter says, "Being the fact that its backed with Kevlar I don't know if I'd call it bullet proof but…" Porter has no problem slamming it with a hammer several times in a row.
Porter says going green is not usually a trend in RVs. "It is kind of rare, there's not, that I know, another RV company out there that does this," says, Porter. But he says it'll soon be turning other RV owners green with envy.
Centennial RV says they are the only dealer on the Western Slope to carry the new "Ever Green RV" series.