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Are you considering refurbished office furniture as part of your sustainable workplace?

At Crown Workspace, we can be your sustainable partner through the services conducted at our award-winning Renew Centre, the UK’s leading independent commercial facility dedicated to remanufacturing, refurbishing and repairing desks, chairs, office furniture and IT equipment.

In 2020, Crown Workspace remanufactured or refurbished over 15,000 items of furniture, an increase of almost 15% from the previous year. Desks and office chairs dominated, with a total of 3,579 desks and 11,071 office chairs remanufactured or refurbished. Overall, this has resulted in carbon savings of 1,013 tonnes of CO2e compared to buying new.

Our dedicated team enable us to make the most of your office furniture and assets and, at a cost-saving, return them to shop-floor condition; therefore helping with your sustainable strategy and circular economy goals.

Watch this video to find out more about how the Renew Centre operates on a day-to-day basis:

 

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