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Travis Perkins supports first ReciproCity Reuse Centre

ReciproCity Wirral been set up, selling surplus construction materials into charities and community projects at a fraction of the retail price.

The new service, set up by web based business Recipro, (previously known as BuilderScrap) will provide valuable resources to worthwhile projects in need, meaning that financial resource can be spent elsewhere.

Travis Perkins is using the Wirral ReciproCity for its local branches. John Leader, group environment manager for Travis Perkins said: “There are clear environmental, social and financial benefits for all parties involved, which fits perfectly with our strategy of creating a sustainable competitive advantage for the whole Travis Perkins Group”.

The Travis Perkins Group have also supported the set up of the ReciproCity Wirral, through the donation of 150 litres of paint through their DIY Retail Business, Wickes.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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