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Celebrating Two Months in Post with Rhoda Reid

By |20 April 2023|

Our new Maternity Cover Reuse Consortium Coordinator Rhoda is settling into her new role, and has written a short blog detailing her first short months in post. Read below to learn about Rhoda's past experience, and her learning on the job, including taking time to visit [...]

Reuse Consortium Members Community Learning Exchange

By |23 February 2023|

Reuse Consortium members Four Square, Cunninghame Furniture Recycling Company and Stella’s Voice recently took part in the Community Learning Exchange. The Community Learning Exchange offers a great opportunity for organisations who are planning new ventures to visit and learn from the experiences of other organisations in [...]

The Reuse Consortium Celebrates the New Year

By |20 January 2023|

The Circular Communities Reuse Consortium is happy to celebrate the New Year 2023! With a big thank you to our members, who make all of our work possible and saving waste from landfill, and the Housing Associations and Local Authorities we work with to provide easy [...]

Reuse Consortium Members Festive Fun!

By |16 December 2022|

The Reuse Consortium would like to extend a huge thank you to our Reuse Consortium Members, who have helped divert significant amounts of waste from landfill this year, whilst supporting their communities across Scotland. We'd also like to celebrate the amazing work they do at this [...]

Reuse Consortium’s Best Year of Trading and Million Milestone

By |28 July 2022|

The Circular Communities Scotland Reuse Consortium is delighted to announce our best ever year of trading, helping us save over one million kilograms of furniture since our inception.  The Reuse Consortium achieved its best year of trading ever in the financial year 2021-2022, with purchasing reaching over [...]

Perth & Kinross Consortium Pilot Success

By |30 June 2022|

Perth & Kinross Council have decided to become a regular purchaser through the Circular Communities Scotland Reuse Consortium following a successful 1.5-month pilot with Transform Community Development.   During the pilot, 548 kg of furniture were diverted from landfill (equivalent to 1.45 tonnes of CO2), 14 low-income [...]

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