Office furniture recycling company arrives on Purley Way

chairs in furniture warehouseLondon Re-use, a social enterprise company which recycles and re-uses office furniture, has opened a warehouse in Croydon, off the Purley Way.

London Re-use is specialises in high-quality office furniture sales and collection services, and offers carbon diversion reporting to clients. Any items unsuitable for re-use sales are offered to a network of social enterprises and charities, or are sent for recycling, reducing the amount going to disposal.

The Purley Way depot replaces the company’s previous warehouse in Perivale.

Some of the first stock arriving at London Re-use's Purley Way warehouse

Some of the first stock arriving at London Re-use’s Purley Way warehouse

Buying re-used furniture offers a cost-effective, environmentally friendly alternative to buying new, the company says. This has proved particularly attractive to small- and medium-sized businesses and start-ups.

London Re-use was set up by the London Community Resource Network in 2010 after it received funding from the London Waste and Recycling Board, with the idea of diverting re-usable items from landfill and incineration.

“We are very pleased to open our Croydon warehouse as it offers a high quality modern environment which will allow us to serve our customers even more efficiently,” said Pyarali Jamal, London Re-use’s CEO.

“Purchasing from us offers our clients the increasingly important additional benefits of reducing their carbon footprint and supporting environmental sustainability.”

For more details of what is on offer at the Purley warehouse, click here.

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