Total Reuse have just had confirmation that they have been shortlisted for the prestigious SELNET Awards.
In January 2014 Total Reuse CIC launched its ethical domestic and commercial clearance service under the banner: Total Clearance. We are pleased to announce that it has just received official recognition by winning the prestigious 'Best New Project' at the Lancashire Community Recycling Network Awards.
Total Reuse CIC were invited to attend the first meeting of the new Breck Road Community Village action group on Sunday 7th September. Local business owners, Councillors, and the BIC Business Connector called the meeting to discuss how the area could be regenerated.
Total Reuse have added a new product to its lighting range: Camlamclock's. Using old box camera's, clock mechanism's and a range of lighting elements we have created some bedside table lights that's that prolong the life-cycle of the component parts.
Following an exchange of emails and a first meeting today, Total Reuse CIC and family run construction and development company Whitfield and Brown Limited, have agreed to work in partnership to maximise the opportunity to reuse rather than recycle.
Following the success of our bedroom furniture giveaway earlier this year we are pleased to announce that we have some more available.
Total Reuse are in possession of a number of radiators from the former White Star Lines head office at Albion House in Liverpool and we will be turning them into limited edition coffee and dining tables.
The team have just been over to the Haveley Hey School in Wythenshaw in Manchester to run some up-cycling workshops as part of their 'World of Work Week'. Over 90 children took part and everyone involved thought it a great success.