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Introducing Waste To Wonder
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Who We Are

It doesn't need to cost the world to help it.

And it's never been easier.

Waste to Wonder Worldwide are a certified social enterprise as well as a specialist project management company.

Our social enterprise status means we’re purpose-led and that we invest at least 50% of our profits in our social and environmental mission.

*Waste to Wonder services are competitively priced against less sustainable alternatives*

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What We Do

Waste to Wonder Worldwide project manage the removal of unwanted furniture and equipment from offices and redistribute it to schools, hospitals, or emergency shelters in the UK and abroad. We do this through our innovative ‘School in a Box’ programme and to date have supported 1,400 schools in 40 countries, shipped out over 750 containers and annually redistribute over 2,560 Tonnes of equipment. In 2022 our Operational Carbon Footprint report calculated a CO2 saving of 1,468.61 Tonnes. The very nature of our service eliminates the need to manufacture new items, saving further levels of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.  

This is important to our collective attempt to address climate change and shows that the emission savings being made are greater than the emissions being generated, therefore producing better than carbon neutral results. One customer, IBM, has saved three million kilograms of CO2 through its partnership with us. Another, CBRE, has saved 1,560 tonnes of CO2 in the past year by enabling items to be reused. 

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Why We Do It

Waste to Wonder was established two decades ago with a clear purpose, to challenge people’s perception of waste. The items we donate help school leaders improve the learning environment – and spark change. If schools don’t have to buy new equipment, leaders can spend more in the classrooms or fund other projects that benefit students and the community, for example, build wells. In one region of The Gambia, we’ve helped to ensure people don’t have to walk a mile to access fresh water, which will make a huge difference for years to come and we have now brought access to safe drinking water to almost 15,000 people across several villages.

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