Furniture recycling and reuse
You can donate your furniture for reuse to these organisations.
Barnet Furniture Centre
Barnet Furniture Centre collect donations of good quality furniture. They sell second hand and vintage pieces. You can find everything from bed frames to coffee tables at their warehouse in Friern Barnet.
This scheme helps divert tonnes of furniture away from landfill and ensures they are reused or recycled instead.
Contact Barnet Furniture Centre on 020 8361 6802.
Kith and Kids
Kith and Kids collect furniture from the EN4, EN5, N11, N14, N12, N2 & N3 postcodes. There is no collection charge but furniture must be in saleable condition and electrical goods must be in working order. Contact Kith and Kids on 020 8880 9034.
Emmaus collect donated furniture, books, bric-a-brac, and white goods. They accept most household items, with some exceptions for legal or practical reasons, including soft furnishings without a fire label, safety items, baby equipment or any item that is not in a saleable condition. The donated items are available for sale at their shop in Barnet High Street. Contact Emmaus on 020 8440 8342, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summers Lane Reuse and Recycling Centre
Take your unwanted furniture for reuse to the centre. Items must be in good condition and where appropriate have the fire safety label attached. These items can also be donated to the onsite reuse shop 'Second Time Around'.
The Loop @ Grahame Park Estate
Grahame Park Estate residents can get free home collection of unwanted household items.
Groundwork London is working to improve the estate environment, promote reuse, and reduce waste and fly-tipping at Grahame Park with a repurpose initiative called The Loop @ Grahame Park.
You can email email@example.com or call 07981 140 926 for more information.
Freecycle Barnet is a non-profit online group where you can give away items you no longer need. The person receiving the item is expected to collect the item from you. All items posted are free.
The London Community Resource Network (LCRN)
The London Community Resource Network pioneer community solutions for waste prevention, recycling and reuse across London. They manage many reuse projects and initiatives across London. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about local schemes.