This month saw the launch of an exciting new Social Value focused Sustainability initiative at Mulalley. To reduce the amount of waste generated on site and to help local community organisations, colleges, training centres and charities we have launched “Mulalley Marketplace”.
This new scheme diverts spare materials away from the skip and towards our community partners. Our project teams notify Mulalley Marketplace if they have materials in good condition left over, these are uploaded to a live inventory and circulated weekly with a list of community partners who can then reserve the items. Since we launched the marketplace, we have already provided 4 pallets of red bricks, a pallet of roofing tiles, 75 lengths of timber and 26 fire doors to the Building Craft College in Stratford and with more items being added as materials become available, we expect to be supporting a long list of deserving partners.
Sean Robinson – Mulalley Sustainability and Environmental Officer said: “We are always looking at ways we can minimise waste. The Mulalley Marketplace not only supports the reduction of waste from site but gives us the opportunity to support local community focused partners who are often short of resources. I’d like to thank all the project teams on our sites who have been extremely supportive of the new initiative and look forward to seeing some great results as the scheme expands”.
Julian Sanz – Mulalley Head Of Social Value said: “Social Value and the Environment are inextricably linked, so it’s great to see this fantastic initiative that has both at the heart of it. We hope to help many organisations this year and would encourage any community groups not already on the scheme to contact us to be added to the marketplace”.
If you are a community group, education or training provider that feels they can benefit from joining the Mulalley Marketplace, please contact either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to be added to our mailing list.
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