Total Reuse are pleased to announce that the Skelmersdale and Up Holland (Re)Cycle to Work scheme is being continued although with some changes.
Total Reuse has agreed an arrangement to divert electric bed and chair parts collected by the Total Clearance team to the Brighter Futures workshop in Skelmersdale.
Its hard to believe but over 10 million household items are sent to landfill every year. 3 million of these items could be re-used by people in crisis, on low income or donated to charities, community groups and good causes.
When a local film maker gets confirmation of the contract to film the latest Scouting for Girls video, who does he call?
Total Clearance has just made its first collection of unwanted electrical goods from The Adactus Housing Group who own and manage over 13,000 properties across the North West of England.
As part of our ongoing commitment to reducing waste and helping families in need, we are delighted to be part of the National Community RePaint Scheme.
Total Reuse have just met with Liverpool based 'The Whitechapel Centre' to discuss the fittings for their flagship charity shop opening in early September.
Total Reuse are working in partnership with new charity 'Impact Planet' to open pop up shops wherever they are offered access to empty retail spaces.