Did you see our Basildon-based wood recyclers New Life Wood on BBC One’s Morning Live? Presenter Will Kirk got the chance to find out about the amazing work they do collecting wood from construction sites and saving it for reuse.
The Wood Shack is a JERICHO Social Enterprise based in Birmingham is looking to recruit a Production Supervisor. For a full job decsription please visit the JERICHO website To apply please email your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org before
The work of Brighton and Hove Wood Recycling Project has been recognised by the Charity Commission, which has awarded it charitable status.
Community Wood Recycling has been named as the winner of the Social Value Award in the Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure Supply Chain Awards 2020.
All Saints Action Network (ASAN) is an established, social enterprise and charity with a vision is to improve the quality of life for people who live and work in the All Saints area of Wolverhampton. They run several social enterprises, including Wood
Job title: Sales Executive Salary: £12,817 (£21,362 FTE) Hours: Part time (21 hours) Location: Glasgow Closing date: Tuesday 1st December at 5pm Would you like to promote our environmentally-friendly waste wood collection service to businesses in Scotland, and help us
St Albans Wood Recycling have been chosen to work on the development of the city’s Oaklands in support of Willmott Dixon’s pledge to be net zero carbon by 2030.
Oxford Wood Recycling, a member of the Community Wood Recycling network founded in 2005, has been awarded £250,000 by the Postcode Innovation Trust, which provides sustainable funding for social enterprises with money raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Community Wood Recycling is supporting the campaign to save the Brighton and Hove Recycling Project Wood Store, the oldest wood recycling enterprise in the network.
Community Wood Recycling Managing Director Richard Mehmed has been marking the milestone of 150 tonnes of wood picked up from Interserve’s Mount Oswald site in Durham. The team from Newcastle Wood Recycling have made over 80 collections, saving 90 tonnes of