Advancing Green Business Practice
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Minimum Redistribution Volume Per Project
Recycling Charges Saved on Redistributed Items
Reported Carbon Emissions
Minimising the Environmental Impact of Office Clearances
Every year, millions of tonnes of office furniture is disposed of which adds to the national waste stream and has a negative impact on a number of environmental factors.
Huge volumes of this furniture and equipment is perfectly reusable, but written down allowances make it commercially sensible to invest in new equipment.
By choosing Waste to Wonder to manage your ethical office clearance, your unwanted furniture and equipment is diverted from landfill and recycling. Instead, reusable items are redistributed to charitable causes around the world, saving you financial costs and reducing environmental impact as a result.
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Reuse: Kinder to the Environment
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By redistributing your redundant items to charities and schools the environmental impact of creating a new item for those end users is also eliminated.
Reusing items – whether in our School in a Box programme or repurposed through our social enterprise partners – reduces consumption of natural resources and energy.
Saving CO2 Emissions
Diverting unwanted items to our redistribution pool reduces landfill greenhouse emissions and the land area required to assimilate solid waste, making it kinder to our planet.
SPOTLIGHT CASE STUDY
We are proud to have developed long lasting partnerships with numerous large businesses. We have worked with ITV for over a decade, managing the ethical clearances of redundant IT and office equipment from sites all around the UK.
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The Challenge Working with our partner Wagstaff Interiors Group, we needed to clear over 90 tonnes of equipment and furniture from leading professional services firm Marsh McLennan's Tower Place...
The Project In April 2021, we were delighted to be tasked by our partners, CBRE, to undertake the ethical clearance of over 300 seating positions from AXA Insurance's Stockton site. For over 300...
The Challenge For our last project of 2020, we were delighted to be tasked by our partners, CBRE, to undertake the ethical clearance of over 800 seating positions, meeting areas and kitchen...
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