Sustainability has taken over all aspects of the world, due to the need to reduce wastage of resources. Locksmith services have also adopted the green eco policy, with the focus on recycling these products to the fullest. With the major services focusing on repair and replacement, commercial locksmiths are strategizing to keep the eco policies, in either case.
After losing your key, you expect a locksmith to help you the best way possible. For many people, the option is replacement of the locks or keys, depending on the situation. However, for eco-based services, they take a different approach.
Most of the lock problems require repairing, rather than replacement. For instance, with a broken lock at your home, they focus on repairing of the locks rather than installing new ones. The fact that the locks comprise of different parts makes it easy to replace only what is non-functional. Repair services enable you maintain your original locks and reduce the need to exploit the environment for a new one.
Replacement of keys and locks within the eco policies focuses more on recycling. The fact that the key or lock is destroyed does not render it useless. Recycling in this case involves melting these objects, and molding them to produce new ones. This means that all the old and destroyed locksmith items are subject to making new and functional products. With this kind of focus, we protect the environment from littering as well as reduce resource exploitation, for a better tomorrow.
Sometimes, you need a new key for a lock or padlock. For these eco-based locksmiths, they use old keys to create new one that fit in your locks. This is in contrast with others, who would consider cutting out a new key. Although all locks have a unique combination to the specific key, they require a little adjustment to fit into another lock. In addition to sustainability, the pricing is also cheaper since they focus on recycling rather than creating a new one.
An Arts & Ecology Notebook, by Cathy Fitzgerald, whose work exists as ongoing research and is continually inspired to create short films, photographic documentation, and writings. While she interacts with foresters, scientists, and communities, she aims to create a sense of a personal possibility, responsibility and engagement in her local environment that also connects to global environmental concerns.