Over the past few months Total Reuse have provided a house clearance service to a number of customers looking for an ethical company who would undertake a full house clearance where the contents would, wherever possible, be reused. As our name suggests, Total Reuse are the people to ask.
Our latest venture, courtesy of the University of Liverpool's School of Medicines, involves finding a new home for the solid oak parquet flooring that previously graced the Waterhouse Building. Built in the 1890's and constructed from red brick, the Grade II listed building is an impressive example of Victorian design.
Total Reuse CIC are working in partnership with Manchester Cathedral to divert some of the tiles that are being removed from the nave of the church.
We are now taking orders for our handmade traditional Victorian pine farmhouse tables. Available in any width, and lengths up to 12', you can chose turned or square cut legs, either fixed or detachable.
Are you 50+, bored, looking for something to do, have skills that are wasting away, missing the companionship of work mates, feel isolated or stuck in a rut? Well join the Tool Shed and we can help you get yourself sorted.
The former Ainscough Flower Mill in Burscough is under development. Whilst some of the grade two listed buildings are being retained, others are not.
Total Reuse CIC have just got hold of 24 x 12' former Church pews. Made from pitch pine the pews are over 100 years old and in excellent condition. Unique in design, they have a built in section for a radiator.
The Total Reuse 'Tool Shed' project was picked as the 'Best Community Initiative' at the prestigious Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management held in London on 16th May.