Re-use & re-distribution of unwanted furniture

We have partnered with the Big Bright Futures Trust to utilise their Waste to Wonder™ initiative to provide an environmental and corporate responsible solution for the management of redundant furniture.
Waste to Wonder provides a unique service for managing your redundant asset disposal in the most socially and environmentally responsible way.

Every year thousands of tonnes of perfectly good furniture and equipment is either put to landfill or simply recycled. Between us we manage the removal of redundant office furniture and IT equipment with the aim of reducing this waste to zero.
All our customers have the opportunity to support both charities locally and worldwide and help to protect their local environment

Waste to Wonder™ was formed in the United Kingdom in 2002 with a defined purpose to 'change the perception of waste' and to genuinely improve someone else's quality of life.
whether by building a health centre in the Gambia, an orphanage in Cameroon, or by supporting schools and charities in your local community.

In 6 easy steps we will explain the benefits of our partnership with W2W

It really is a win-win-win situation

We have partnered with the Big Bright Future Trust and used Waste to Wonder for ten years now. A copy of our annual environmental report to see all the projects we have completed on behalf of our clients last year is available on request. It really is a win-win-win situation.
Our clients can put unwanted furniture to good use in the community; environmentally they save it from landfill and save themselves money by doing so.

The simple, seamless and secure process is currently endorsed by over 145 blue chip companies. Waste to Wonder™ support a wide range of respected and established charitable organisations:
including the UNEP, UNESCO, World ORT, Shelter, Mercy in Action and The Terrence Higgins Trust.

The EU Waste Hierarchy promotes reduce, reuse, recycle in that order and that is exactly the approach Waste to Wonder take.
They aim to maximise charitable reuse of equipment and this usually exceeds 80% with only damaged or unsuitable equipment being recycled. In over 12 years less than 0.5% of equipment has needed to go to landfill as it was classed as hazardous.

Wagstaff / Big Bright Future Trust/ W2W Initiative

Waste to Wonders carbon measurement matrix was derived from the Comprehensive Environmental Data Archive (CEDA), which was developed by Dr Sangwon Suh, recognised internationally as a leading LCA authority, and the original author of the integrated hybrid method, Dr Suh consults to governments, protocols and multi-nationals around the world.

Dr Suh acts as principle technical advisor for CarbonRiver, a UK based Carbon consultancy who provide a comprehensive range of carbon accounting,
environmental impact measurement, analysis, management, communication and accreditation services.

CarbonRiver uses a methodology known as Hybrid Life Cycle Assessment (HLCA). As recommended by current and emerging global protocol. HLCA is a best of breed approach, which combines the best of both more common methods:
Process Life Cycle Assessment and Economic Input Output Life Cycle Assessment. Carbon measurements are only applied to items that are redistributed as part of the project.

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