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The pandemic has shown us there is a real possibility that companies are considering reducing the number of active seating positions to account for new ways of working and to ensure that social distancing can be maintained.
This raises a challenge to minimise the impact of an abundance of newly redundant office furniture. But with every challenge comes an opportunity, and we believe that opportunity is redistributing your redundant office furniture and equipment to charitable causes. Watch our video to find out more.
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The UN has issued a code red for humanity. Consumers are already doing their part to address climate-damaging activity. Shoppers have demanded...
Waste to Wonder and Books2Africa have announced an exciting new partnership, where their two charitable programmes will work hand in hand to renovate, furnish and equip schools all over the African continent.
In economically deprived areas of the globe, British aid saves lives. Britain commits 0.7% of its national income to foreign aid. 0.7% is the UN...
In March this year, the Global Orphan Empowerment Academy (GOEA) received three School in a Box containers. Each of these containers is 40 foot long, and packed with donated furniture that our customers and partners in the UK no longer require. The team managed to capture the heartwarming welcome one school gave to their School in a Box delivery.
An organisation as closely involved with furniture as Wagstaff was always going to be a natural partnership for Waste To Wonder. With a goal of 100% reuse and 0% waste, it’s their environmentally- minded ethos that really goes hand-in-hand with what we do at Waste to Wonder.
Waste to Wonder, an ethical office clearance provider, has now hit the halfway mark of their impressive goal to donate £2.5 million worth of furniture to schools and charities around the world in 2021.
Hunger, heart and harmony – Insight’s core principles that make the perfect match for Waste to Wonder
Waste to Wonder has been working with Insight since 2019, when it was first commissioned to ethically clear its offices in Sweden. Find out about our partnership.
‘The show must go on’ is a saying that’s particularly true in the charity sector. When an office move coincided with the pandemic for the Genesis...
If you own or manage an office space, you’ve probably spent much of the past year wondering what to do with it. With none of us knowing if we’ll...
Projects & Case Studies
AXA are one of the oldest insurance companies in the world and have been supporting families for other 300 years. Coincidently, Waste to Wonder were recently tasked with the ethical clearance of 300 seating positions from their offices in Stockton.
For over 100 years, D&G have been the trusted provider of aftercare for millions of domestic appliances. We were thrilled when our partner, CBRE tasked us with the ethical clearance of their Wimbledon site.
In this project, Waste to Wonder was able to deliver a dual site clearance of over 6,000 items. We achieved 100% reuse, saving considerable disposal and environmental costs, which has created a wonderful CSR legacy for CBRE and IBM.
The Challenge Working on behalf of our partner Sodexo, this project tasked us with a clearance of over 6,000 items from two of their blue chip clients simultaneously. This involved clearing items from offices in the Strand and The Bank, ensuring a joined up process...
The Challenge By far the biggest challenge of this 8,000 item office clearance for The Financial Conduct Authority was clearing items from 17 floors at their previous flagship office in the busy and bustling Canary Wharf district. The physical toll of this job was...
The Challenge This clearance took place in 2019 and we were tasked with the ethical clearance of 5,000 seating positions over four separate sites our partner CBRE Group. They commisioned this particular project on behalf of their client, IBM. CBRE are commited to...
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