recycling

21 Jun 2017
Shropshire recycling and resale organisation Reviive has installed its free-to-play piano on the second floor in The Market Hall Shrewsbury. Based on an idea originated by the worldwide Street Pianos organisation, the aim is to encourage budding musicians to showcase their talents while at the same time entertain the public. The upcycled piano, donated to Reviive in 2015, was previously located...
31 May 2017
Reviive is one of two organisations that have secured three-year contracts as reuse partners at Telford & Wrekin Household Recycling Centres. The decision comes after a successful three month trial at the sites run by recycling contractor Veolia in partnership with Telford & Wrekin Council. Reviive is based at Hortonwood 50, and complements MJP based at Halesfield 1. Both organisations...
31 May 2017
A Shropshire based recycling and resale organisation has signed an agreement with one of the world’s leading high quality furniture wholesalers to sell its products. The indefinite arrangement will offer Reviive customers SourceByNet’s Loma Living range at each of its stores in Oswestry, Shrewsbury and Telford, as well as online at www.reviive.co.uk. Established nearly twenty years ago,...
26 Jan 2017
The winners of an art competition based on the theme of winter and created from materials found in everyday recycling streams such as cardboard, plastic, metal and paper, now have their pieces on display in a local gallery. Instigated by Shropshire recycling and resale organisation Reviive, Art From Waste can be found at the Participate Contemporary Artspace (PCA) in the Riverside Shopping Centre...
26 Sep 2016
A Shropshire recycling and resale centre is encouraging potential artists to enter a competition to win prize vouchers and gallery exhibition space.  Reviive has launched Art From Waste with the aim of individuals, organisations, businesses and schools within the county to create a work of art based on the theme of winter from materials found in our recycling streams such as cardboard, plastic,...
01 Jun 2016
A Shropshire recycling and resale centre has launched its own brand of interior furniture made from unwanted wooden pallets. Created and developed by in-house professional furniture designer David Williamson, Reviive’s Palliit Range, currently includes a bed, a hall table, two coffee tables, a dresser, a three-seat chair and a wardrobe. Made-to-order, examples of the items are available to view...
14 Apr 2016
A Shropshire based recycling and resale organisation has announced a new selling agreement with the UK's Most Trusted Online Marketplace¹. Reviive, which has outlets in Oswestry, Shrewsbury and Telford, will provide daily updates to approximately 1000 listings on www.preloved.co.uk with the aim of broadening the appeal of its products to a wider, but targeted audience. Potential customers showing...
05 Feb 2016
A Shrewsbury primary school has won a prize for collecting the most waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) for recycling. Organised by Veolia in partnership with Shropshire Council and Reviive; representatives from which recently presented a cheque for £200 to Harlescott Grange Primary School; the  Shropshire-wide competition encouraged children to take broken or unwanted electrical...
18 Jan 2016
A Shropshire recycling and resale organisation has issued ten top tips for the public to consider when deciding whether or not to donate unwanted household goods to one of its reuse centres.    The plan, put together by Reviive is as follows: 1 Is the item to be donated in good condition? 2 Has the item been kept out of the rain and other potentially damaging weather? 3 And if so, does it have...
24 Nov 2015
A Shropshire recycling and resale organisation recently celebrated its fifth birthday, five years in which it has recorded nearly 30,000 sales, opened three additional showrooms and expanded its workforce thirtyfold. Reviive was established as a social enterprise or community interest company (CIC) in 2010 by two Shropshire based charities - Shropshire Housing Alliance and South Shropshire...
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