The National Community Wood Recycling Project (NCWRP) was founded in 2003 to help set up and develop a nationwide network of recycling social enterprises.
Modelled on the multi-award-winning Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project (also known as The Wood Store Brighton), the aim of these enterprises is to:
- Save resources by rescuing and re-using waste timber that would otherwise be land-filled (or at very best downcycled into wood-chip).
- Create sustainable jobs, as well as training and volunteering opportunities, for local people – especially those who might find it difficult to get into or back to employment.
The Community Wood Recycling wood waste collection service.
Community wood recycling offers a cost-effective and efficient collection service for all wood waste – nationwide.
Working with them will ensure that your waste is reused in the most environmentally beneficial way and will help to create jobs for local people, so no matter where you are, what industry you are in or how much waste you generate, they can help.
For more information visit communitywoodrecycling
Or call 01273 20 30 40, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about how community wood recycling can help you save cash and save resources.
Community Wood Recycling social enterprises stock a wide range of good quality, competitively priced recycled timber for all your DIY and building needs.