Louth furniture recycling charity RENEW has teamed up with the Furniture Reuse Network, a national organisation, to procure new, discontinued flat pack furniture and bed frames from major retailers.
Mark Egan, CEO of RENEW, said: “The work of the Furniture Reuse Network, in partnering with some major retailers to secure these end-of-line new products that would otherwise go to landfill, has offered re-use organisations such as ours a wonderful opportunity to provide lower-cost new goods to anyone struggling to afford furniture.”
Part of the Louth Living Well charity and located off Eastfield Road, Louth, RENEW will continue with its vital social function to the community by accepting donations of good quality, low-cost, used furniture, household items and white goods from the general public and local businesses, thereby diverting them from landfill, and then selling them on to those in the community in need of low-cost goods.
Take a visit to Renew’s warehouse to see the range of new products on offer – Other lines new stock will soon be introduced.
If you have any of the above good quality, undamaged items that you would like to go to a new home, please contact or leave a message at Renew on 01507 604174 and they will collect it free-of-charge within a 15 mile radius of Louth.