Reuse Project

Don’t dump it – donate it!

The Reuse Project is the University of Brighton end of year reuse scheme, which runs across our halls of residences to reduce waste as students move out of their halls of residence. Instead of throwing away any items you no longer need when you move out of halls of residence, donate them to charity through the Reuse Project – to reduce waste, save natural resources, and help fund life saving heart research!

For 2019 the University of Brighton is excited to be working with the British Heart Foundation who will be collecting donations from our students to sell in their local shops, funding their work to realise their vision of a world without heart and circulatory diseases.

If you would like to find out more about the British Heart Foundation, their local shops and their work, visit their webpages.

Reuse Project for 2019

The Reuse Project has launched in all halls for summer 2019. See the posters in your flat for details of what you can donate and collect a red bag to fill with donations from your halls reception. Collections can be received up until the move out date of your halls of residence. Please note Paddock Fields does not have a separate food collection, and food can be donated in the red bags with all other items.

 

 

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