From 7-12th October we are joining the Social Enterprise UK campaign to encourage people to buy from social enterprises and help build a better world.
We have an exciting new vacancy for an Operational Manager to lead our social enterprise in Edinburgh.
We’re finalists again! We’re delighted that for the third time we’ve reached the finals in the Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management. This year it’s in the Best Use of Design and Technology in a Waste Management Facility
We are delighted to be celebrating ten years of working with Kier Group; this support over a sustained period has made a huge difference in our mission to change the way waste timber is dealt with, so it becomes not something to be thrown away but a valuable resource that can be reused.
There is a vacancy available at the National Community Wood Recycling Project in Brighton for a full-time Administration Manager.
Community Wood Recycling is featured in the new Solutions Library launched by the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) today.
Our Wood Shack social enterprise is looking to recruit an Assistant Manager. In the absence of the Wood Shack Manager the role of the Wood Shack Assistant Manager is to oversee the day to day running of the Wood Yard,
It’s mental health awareness week. Many of the people who volunteer and work in our network face challenges with their mental health, and find that being part of a team helping the environment by reusing waste wood allows them to build their confidence and feel less isolated.
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.
We were delighted to work with Redrow on this project monitoring how much waste came from building a house. Watch the video to see Charlie from Leeds Wood Recycling explaining what happened to the waste timber they collected from the
Community Wood Recycling provides a waste removal service to the construction industry, and we will continue to do so during lockdown.