inmidtown freecycle

New to inmidtown members in 2013: inmidtown freecycle.  A fully managed service we offer to all inmidtown members.

If you need to dispose of something but you think it might be useful to another person or individual, this is the service for you.

  • Office furniture
  • Computer equipment
  • Cafe/restaurant/bar equipment and furniture
  • Mobile phones, tablets, gadgets
  • In fact, anything.

Simply fill out the form below, and we’ll find a new owner for it.  We’ll do this as fast as we can, and we’ll even arrange for them to come and pick it up at a time which suits you.

Additional carbon savings
What’s more, we’re currently working on how to report back your carbon savings as a result of recycling the goods.  Once we have this perfected, we will be adding these additional savings to our regular reporting back to members, and you can add it into your own reporting and CSR.

Do you have something to Freecycle?
If yes, simply fill out the form below and we’ll do the rest.  We’ll be in touch as soon as we’ve found a new owner.

About inmidtown freecycle
In 2012, inmidtown member Olswang approached us about a carbon neutral recycling service.  The idea was to put together a service for all of inmidtown’s 570 member businesses, so that as an area we can maximise responsible redistribution of useful items, rather than sending them to landfill.
The challenge was to find a way to offer this service which would work for everyone, quickly and efficiently.  During 2012, we considered the best ways in which to do this, with maximum results for members, the local community and the environment.
inmidtown freecycle leverages an existing, grass roots network called Freecycle, but we’ve taken away the administrative steps for our members so that this is fully managed by inmidtown.
About Olswang: Olswang was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in London, in the inmidtown BID.  The firm has grown to a team of 700 people, including more than 100 partners across seven European offices and most recently, Singapore.  The firm has won multiple awards and accolades for its pioneering approach in carbon reduction and environmental responsibility.
About Freecycle: The worldwide Freecycle Network is made up of many individual groups across the globe.  From the Freecycle website: “It’s a grassroots movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. Freecycle groups match people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them. Our goal is to keep usable items out of landfills. By using what we already have on this earth, we reduce consumerism, manufacture fewer goods, and lessen the impact on the earth. Another benefit of using Freecycle is that it encourages us to get rid of junk that we no longer need and promote community involvement in the process.”  Freecycle has 2.5 million members across the UK.