Based in Wembley, Green-Works supplies good quality, used office and educational furniture to businesses, schools, charity and community groups and the general public throughout the South East of England. Set up in 2000 the organisation has almost 11 years of experience in ensuring that redundant but good quality furniture is diverted away from landfill and made available at hugely reduced prices to the market.
In running its operations Green-Works provides, employment, placement, volunteer and training opportunities for the long term unemployed and for people from marginalised backgrounds.
Furniture is also donated to worthy organisations overseas.
The organisation can supply a range of office furniture from desks, chairs, storage units to coat stands, reception furniture, plants, bins that allow companies, schools or individuals to achieve a high quality office environment without paying the cost of new and are ideal for the home or the office. Sourced from large commercial organisations, government departments and the education sector, the furniture items are general in good condition and have many more years of useful life in them. A range of makes, colours and sizes are available to meet all requirements.
With its own joinery on site Green-Works re-manufactures desks, and storage items from the wood retrieve from items not suitable for re-use.
All of the furniture items are available from Green-Works' warehouse in Wembley.
Green-Works has an expanding network of clients, located throughout the UK who contract GreenWorks to remove their redundant furniture, including blus chip companies such as the Royal Bank of Scotland, Cancer Research UK, EDF Energy, the Royal Mail to name a few. Green-Works can then ensure this furniture can continue to be used rather than being wasted in landfill sites.