If you’re responsible for any kind of waste disposal or clearance within your job role, come and see Waste to Wonder at The Facilities Event at Birmingham NEC from Tuesday 7 – Thursday 9 September 2021.
The leadership team including Alan Cooper, Michael Amos, Vince Smith, and their new team member Paul Curtis, will be attending to showcase their services for facilities management businesses and facility manager professionals. They’ll be more than happy to talk you through how you can manage your furniture and equipment clearance, lower your carbon footprint, and help communities around the world at the same time.
Michael Amos, Managing Director for Waste to Wonder, says, “This is the first public event we’ll be attending since 2019. Although we’ve managed to find safe and efficient ways to keep operations going and donations reaching those in need, we’ve really missed those face-to-face interactions with our partners, facilities management professionals, and prospective clients.
“We’re really excited to meet like-minded FM professionals to learn what incredible initiatives are taking place, and to also showcase some of the meaningful work we’ve achieved in the last 18 months.”
With the pandemic, UN Climate Report and cuts to Foreign Aid budget affecting almost every aspect of our daily lives as well as some of the world’s most disadvantaged communities, Waste to Wonder is calling for Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility to be in the forefront of people’s minds.
Where some businesses have had to adapt, we challenge businesses to do more through their clearance needs. Waste to Wonder will be calling for more donations to its successful Challenge100 campaign so far this year which has seen 70 School in a Box shipments already made.
Paul Curtis, Waste to Wonder’s new Project Manager, says, “I’m thrilled to join the team at Waste to Wonder and excited to get out and meet clients old and new. I’m passionate about the work we do and I’m looking forward to spreading the word about our Challenge100 success and how we can help businesses use their clearance projects as an opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to green practices and helping others.”
Preventing waste, helping the planet and enhancing the lives of those less fortunate is Waste to Wonder’s raison d’etre. If you are keen to discover how we can enhance or strengthen your business through office clearances and relocations, book an appointment with us by clicking here.
The Facilities Event takes place on the 7-9 September 2021, and it’s easy to get to (the NEC has its own train station taking you right into the venue). Reserve your place here and visit us at stand 4/P160
Are you looking for an ethical clearance provider?
We are office clearance specialists for socially conscious businesses. If you have an upcoming clearance project in the UK or Europe that you would like to see benefit communities, please get in touch to see how we can manage it for you.
We provide cost-effective, large scale clearance solutions that promote the ethical reuse of furniture and equipment whilst also supporting our client’s environmental, social, and governance ambitions and as part of our service we also produce videos and reports to provide customers with auditable evidence of their sound investment.
On average, 97% of the goods we clear have been re-used, just 3% have been recycled, and none of it has been sent to landfill.