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Bulky Bob's

  1. 1. Bulky Bob’sour project Bob sour Insert logo hereAn altogether better wayto manage b lk waste: bulky• Effi i Efficient and cost effective d ff i• Reuses• Recycles• Supports low income families• Runs salaried training programmes
  2. 2. The Big Pictureyour projectReplace me with an image showcasing your work.Fit image to this box
  3. 3. Benefits and savingsyour projectWhat are the social & How does yourfinancial benefits? innovation reduce o a o educe carbon emissions?• Savings for councils• Low price pre-loved pre loved • Higher rates of diversion furniture for low-income from landfill (70% +) families • Reuse rather than recycling• S Successful salaried training f l l i d i i • Infrastructure programmes
  4. 4. Measures of successyour project1. Proven model – working in Liverpool, Halton, g p Oldham and Warrington2. Increased the rate of reuse and recycle from 0 % y to 70% +3. Legitimised and professionalised the reuse of pre- g p p loved furniture
  5. 5. Challenges and supportproject What are the biggest challenges or questions for Bulky Bob’s? a) Spreading the ‘added value’ message b) Engaging with local authorities c) Perception that bulky waste is a marginal issueWhat would most help Bulky Bob’s develop & grow?a) Engagement with Yorkshire/Humberside councilsb) Promotion of Bulky Bob’s work in the region

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