Since we started in 1989, we have created strong ties with some of the most well-known retailers in the UK. Ranging all the way from big department stores, to TV + Film storage companies, to interior designers. The scope of who we work with is vast!
John Lewis & Partners
The Reuse Network have been successfully running the John Lewis Sofa Reuse Scheme across all UK stores since 2014. Collecting customer takeback sofas from the John Lewis delivery hubs, Reuse Network members aim to give these items a second lease of life and pass them onto those in need. If an item is not reusable, it will be disassembled and recycled with the lowest environmental impact where possible.
Our partnership with John Lewis goes from strength to strength with fantastic items being donated to Reuse Network members every year such as ex-display kitchens, ex-display bathrooms, end of line stock, unwanted customer returns and more which generated around a quarter of a million in 2019 for charities in the UK.
Since 2014, Currys (formerly Dixons Carphone), DHL Envirosolutions and Reuse Network members have worked together for the reuse of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) to supply low-income households with affordable goods – this partnership provides an average 27,000 units a year in all of the UK.
Currys believe that all tech is valuable and through its commerical partnership with us, Currys has been able to divert thousands of products from landfill and into the hands of people who need them the most.
The Reuse Network has been supporting IKEA UK deliver their Furniture Takeback Scheme since 2010 and empowers IKEA stores to make a real difference in their local community by diverting waste from landfill and access to reusable goods for sofas, mattresses and electrical appliances. In the case that any item is not reusable, it will be disassembled and recycled with the lowest environmental impact.
The Reuse Network have been supported by ASDA since 2019.
Working closely together with ASDA’s stores and distribution centres across the UK. ASDA kindly donate furniture, café equipment and aggregate material that our members reuse within their organisations.
Through it commitment to playing its part in accelerating solutions which protect and regenerate our environment, ASDA have made significant CO2 savings by donating products that would otherwise go to landfill.Find out more about ASDA here
CAMA are a production storage company who provide industry leading storage, sustainability and relocation services for the corporate, film and TV industries. With sustainability at the heart of what they do, CAMA ensure its clients share, reuse and recycle efficiently.
Working with Reuse Network since, CAMA donate a wide range of items to charities across the South of England. Providing a professional and useful solution to reduce waste within the television and film industry, they have supported a number of our charities with all sorts of miscellaneous items.Find out more about CAMA here
David Phillips are a furniture rental organisation who have supported the Reuse Network since 2019.
David Phillips have weekly collections booked in with our members across the UK are a regular supporter of our charities helping 2,722 households through 2020. Their high value items have been donated across the organisation from Manchester to South Wales.
By donating high quality furniture items, they have helped our charities redistribute these items back into the community, making a huge difference to people’s lives whilst saving these products from going into landfill.Find out more about David Phillips here
London and City Design Group
A relatively new company, London and City Design Group have been environmentally focussed from the start by providing our Reuse Network members with miscellaneous household items that make a house a home. Our members within London have benefitted from some luxury items that they wouldn’t ordinarily have access to which have in turn generated funds for their organisations.Find out more about London City and Design Group Here
MEARS is one of the UK’s leading housing and care providers – supplying housing to central and local government. Since 2015, Reuse Network and MEARS have been working closely, with MEARS donating good quality household goods and appliances from its house clearances.
Reuse Network members have regularly supported with house clearances by taking away good quality household items which are then distributed to members in their local communities.Find out more about MEARS here
Savills are a global, commercial estate agents who have supported us with flat clearances across London. Providing modern furniture items, they have supported our charities with quality items to either sell in their stores or donate to those in need.Find out more about Savills here
If you’d like to become a Reuse Network commercial partner, please contact our Business Support Officer for more information:
0117 954 3552