We’re particularly pleased to announce our association with these organisations in today’s published paper by the Ellen MaCarthur Foundation (EMF).
The Paper produced for WRAP and Welsh Government by EMF cites EEESafe alongside big corporations like Toyota and Dow Corning demonstrating the multiple benefits, particularly from EEESafe, that a circular economy can bring.
EMF states that Businesses and Communities are already pursuing circular economy values. They go on to say in addition to government-funded policy and initiatives, there are a number of enterprises in Wales that are currently pursuing value through implementing circular economy practices. We are pleased to have been highlighted in this publication and we hope that all communities in the UK will begin to engage with EEESafe, when they are next looking to replace their Fridges, Cookers, Washing Machines, Tumble Driers and Dishwashers.
By purchasing new Appliances through the link on our website, or through the link of an EEESafe Online Shop, we can begin to increase community responsibility in helping their friends, family and neighbours. In a Circular Economy model, reuse and repair are high factor operations that contribute to lowering Carbon output and deliver a huge Social Value to the community. If you are looking to find an EEESafe Technician to fix your Appliances, the we recommend you use one of our Repairers registered with EEESafe.
Communities can help regenerate their local economies by helping to retain Appliances in the locality. Charities, Social Housing, Support Groups and Homeless departments are looking for these products, so please help them. Remember, your Old Appliance could be someone else’s New Appliance.
You can find the full report HERE
If you are interested in working with EEESafe, and looking to get involved in running an EEESafe Centre or our Training Programme for an Accredited Qualification, then please Contact Us for more information.