We are delighted to say that Glasgow Wood Recycling took home the Sustainability Award from the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards in Liverpool on the 13th of March.
We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards, in the Resilience category. After celebrating 20 years of wood recycling last year, it’s a lovely recognition of the achievements of the network.
Bristol Wood Recycling Project has raised the funds it needs to buy its new premises, hitting its £430,000 target in just a fortnight.
Congratulations to Glasgow Wood Recycling, who have been shortlisted for a Sustainability Award from the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards, an initiative from the Citi Foundation, the charitable arm of the investment banking firm Citigroup.
We are very pleased to introduce our new Edinburgh enterprise. Move On Wood Recycling will provide volunteering and training opportunities in a real work environment,particularly to young people and those affected by homelessness, as well as saving wood from going to waste.
Many congratulations to South Wales wood recyclers Reseiclo who were named winners in the Environmental category of the Social Business Wales Awards 2018.
Leeds Wood Recycling opened their doors to the public on Monday 17th September. With an enthusiastic team of volunteers, they’ve been getting their wood store ready with a reclaimed wood counter and racks.
We were delighted to be asked by ISG plc to save the historic track of Manchester’s HSBC UK National Cycling Centre for reuse when it was replaced as part of the velodrome’s refurbishment.
This weekend we marked 20 years of the country’s first community wood recycling project, The Wood Store Brighton. We were joined by volunteers from the early days of the project, wood recyclers from all over the country, and some of the many builders who use our wood recycling services.
To commemorate their 20th birthday EMERGE has joined forces with Marble Beers, an award winning craft brewery, who designed and brewed a Berliner Weisse style beer named ‘The 3Rs’, in homage to the mantra Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.