Community Wood Recycling is a part of this initiative to connect social enterprises with major corporations, and our relationship with Wates is featured in this report marking the first year of the initiative.
Community Wood Recycling is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist in two categories at the Awards for Excellence in Recycling & Waste Management; Circular Economy Success and Best Community Recycling Initiative.
We were delighted to receive a visit from Rachel Wooliscroft, Wates Group director of sustainability and Andy Wates, a third generation family member who runs the Wates foundation and takes a huge interest in their relationships with social enterprises. We
Our national office, located in central Brighton, is looking for a General Manager to run the day-to-day business of the Community Wood Recycling Network.
B&Q have been great supporters of our work, and we’re delighted to say that we’ve reached the incredible milestone of 2,000 tonnes of wood saved for reuse from their stores.
Did you see Oliver Heath’s article in this morning’s Metro newspaper? He recommends using timber to create a relaxed, calming atmosphere and suggests heading to your local Community Wood Recycling enterprise to find a great selection of reclaimed wood treasures.
Wates Group have been leading the way in developing links between the construction industry and social enterprise, and we very much value the support they have given us at Community Wood Recycling. They have now been recognised for this work with the award of The Queens Award for Enterprise, Sustainable Development.
Community Wood Recycling is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Resilience award in the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards 2016/17. The Resilience Award recognises a social venture that continually delivers positive social or environmental change and repeatedly achieves impact goals.
Brighton and Hove Wood Recycling project has won the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Award in the Resources category. The winners were announced at a Green Carpet event on Friday at the i360 observation tower.
The Community Wood Recycling network welcomes our newest enterprise, Gloucester Wood Recycling, which will be offering a collection service to Gloucester, Cheltenham and the surrounding areas.