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GreenWorks is dedicated to helping the environment by diverting large quantities of redundant office and educational furniture from landfill with the prime aim of ‘re-use’. As part of the London Re-use Network which is made up of local charities and not for profit organizations that work together to deliver reuse and repair services, GreenWorks collects from very large office blocks to single office suites and provides second hand quality re-use furniture to charities, community and educational groups and small business via the network.

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Office Furniture Clearance

3 January 2012

Happy New Year from the GreenWorks Team

Time to get sorted in the office? Call GreenWorks to make room for new furniture with our office furniture clearance solutions. We can collect from just one item up to thousands - no job too large or too small.

There is a charge for collection but how much depends on how many items, where they are and some access details. Usually we can collect within a few days and ensure your unwanted office furniture goes to one of our processing centres to be re-used within a community, educational or charitable group.

It all starts with a phone call to 0845 230 2231 or an email to info@green-works.co.uk

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Green-Works Facts

GreenWorks celebrated its 10th birthday in 2010

We were the first to recognise the scale of the commerical furniutre problem with towards 500,000 tonnes of commercial furniture being dumped in landfill every year by companies

GreenWorks has helped over 5,500 charities and organisations providing low cost furniture

We have donated over 70 jam packed containers of valauable educational and office furniture across the developing world

Our volunteers programme has save the state over £500K in social benefit

We have 4 processing centres across the UK which combined offer over 100,000 sq ft of capacity to deal with unwanted items

GreenWorks was awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise - Sustainable Development 2008