Recycle Scotland works with The Bridge Community Project to sustainably furnish their hub in Livingston.

The team at The Bridge Community Project shares the same sustainable ethos as Recycle Scotland, working with them to ensure a circular approach to both the removal and procurement of their workplace furniture. The Bridge Community Project is a long-standing, great client of Recycle Scotland, always putting the need for a sustainable furniture solution at the top of its priorities. They have recently undergone a refurbishment project of their hub in Livingston, which has included two new client spaces, a new training area, and new kitchen. Their changing space has meant that they not only required some additional furniture, but also needed a solution for the removal of their excess furniture that was no longer fit for use. Recycle Scotland arranged for the uplift of furniture they no longer needed, replacing this with 18 new straight desks to suit their updated workspace.

Alan Davidson, Chief Executive Office at The Bridge Community Project said:

“We have always used Recycle Scotland for our office furniture requirements and have never been disappointed with the quality of the furniture. The circular economy is a core value for us as a charity and I am delighted that we have something local that can support this, as well as backing it up with excellent customer service. We would highly recommend.”