Delmarva RV Center Inc.has added the eco-friendly, all-composite Ever-Lite travel trailers to its extensive line of recreational vehicles at its Milford, Del., location and will showcase it and other major brands at the upcoming recreational vehicle show at the Blue Hen Corporate Center in Dover today through Sunday, (Oct. 8-11), according to the Cape Gazette, Lewes, Del.

“Delmarva RV Center is excited to introduce the EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer to Delaware and the surrounding marketplace,” said Chris Lambert, sales manager. “Ever-Lite travel trailers are awesome-looking trailers. They are one of the easiest trailers to sell. People can see, feel and touch the quality of it.”

A bright spot in the RV manufacturing world, EverGreen Recreational Vehicles entered the market as a start-up just nine months ago and has introduced its eco-friendly Ever-Lite travel trailers. These lightweight, recyclable trailers are the first to use all sustainable ComposiTek construction in the floors, walls and roof to drastically reduce volatile organic compounds out-gassing including formaldehyde.

ComposiTek construction makes Ever-Lite trailers 20% or 1,000 to 1,200 pounds lighter than conventionally built RVs without reducing essential equipment and luxury like other brands. Standard features include a power awning, large queen pillow-top mattress made from recycled material, high-output power fan in the bedroom, convection/microwave oven and a black tank flush not available on other ultralight products.

EverGreen eliminated 50 sheets of lauan, a hardwood veneer made from old growth tropical rain forests, from each trailer it builds. With virtually no wood in the box construction, the composites are impervious to water and cannot rot, mold, mildew or dry rot.

To further help the environment, for every unit sold to the public, EverGreen plants a tree in the customer’s name.

“We are proud to partner with Delmarva RV Center. They have been successful in the RV business for over 16 years and really understand how our innovation will change the industry,” said Kevin C. Slater, vice president of sales for EverGreen.