Supplier Spotlight: Whirlpool

Posted on the 7th June 2022

Last year we launched our brand-new Suppliers’ Suite, an initiative that would bring together businesses and service providers who all want to support the charities and social enterprises that make up the network.  

Since its launch, we have welcomed lots of brilliant businesses and service providers who are each offering their products and services to our growing number of charity members across the country.  

Each of the businesses that make up our Suppliers’ Suite are supporting the alleviation of poverty and the tackling of climate change by assisting our network of charities in providing crucial services to communities across the country.  

In this blog series, we’ll be shining a spotlight on some of our suppliers; showing you what they do and what they are about. Next up in the series is Whirlpool, a supplier of electrical products to organisations of all kinds across the UK and beyond. 

Who are Whirlpool?

Whirlpool have been working with Reuse Network since 2014 and has served as a trusted partner to our members of all size and scale. The organisation ensures that Reuse Network members have access to fairly priced items which are then either donated to low-income households or sold in their retail outlets with the money going back into the charity to underpin the work it carries out in its local community. 

Whirlpool are committed to a more sustainable life at home whilst making a real impact in communities across the country. Find out a bit more about the organisation and how it is looking out for people and planet: 


Whirlpool are committed to a more sustainable life at home. From recycling packaging and old products, right through to how it runs its offices, distribution centres and manufacturing sites. It’s all part of its global commitment to reach net zero emissions in its plants and operations by 2030. 

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Whirlpool is constantly working to enhance the experience for its customers to help it continually improve the products and services it provides to fit what its customers need. Through its UK based call centre it’s the only appliance manufacturer that directly talks to customers at every step of their experience. 

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Whirlpool are focused on people at all steps of the customer journey, from those who keep it running as a business and those in the communities it serves. 

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Find out more about Whirlpool here

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