Scrapstores distribute clean, reusable business waste for creative, play or artistic purposes, to community and children’s groups in their locality.

Businesses invariably reduce their waste costs and improve their environmental credentials by ensuring that their waste is reused for community benefit rather than being landfilled.

If you own or work for a company that produces waste, you may well be able to support a local scrapstore.

If you are considering setting up a scrapstore or supplying scrap materials to a scrapstore; you may interested to know that scrapstoresUK has negotiated a "Low Risk Waste Position" for scrapstores.

Detailed guidance documentation and sample forms are only available to Full Scrapstores Members, however we will from time to time add documents for general circulation below:

 

Latest News

  • COMMUNITY REUSE CENTRE REFURBISHMENT & REOPENING

     

    COMMUNITY REUSE CENTRE REFURBISHMENT & REOPENING

    Cambridgeshire Community Reuse and Recycling Network – CCORRN, a local community organisation based in March, Cambridgeshire is reopening its doors at 10am on Saturday the 9th of September after the team of staff and volunteers have given the customer area a much needed makeover.

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  • Reuseful UK 2017 National Networking Event

    This year Hull is the UK City of Culture and we are excited to announce the REUSEFUL UK CONFERENCE AND SCRAP SWAP will be held in Hull. Date : Friday 23rd June 2017 Location: Hull Play Resource Centre Booking Prices: Early Bird Fee** £25 per person Members Fee £35 per person Non Members Fee £50 per person **Applicable when booking by 5:00pm on Tuesday 6th June 2017 For any enquiries please email the team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone us on 0560 364 9391 Monday to Thursday 9am to 3pm  
  • Squirrels Community Scrap Scheme at long last to re-open there doors

    We are pleased to share with you the amazing new that Squirrels Community Scrap Scheme have at long last re-opened their doors. Read more ...