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Launch of licence for new Furniture Re-use Network Product Weight Protocol

Embargoed: Friday 30th October 2015 00:01

 LAUNCH OF LICENCE FOR NEW Furniture Re-use Network (FRN) PRODUCT WEIGHT PROTOCOL (PWP) (Previously FRN Average Weights List). Details of the new Licence now released.

As of November 1st 2015, the FRN Product Weight Protocol (PWP), formally known as the FRN Average Weights List, will now require the purchase of an annual licence from the FRN. The licence is agreed with and recognised by UK regulators who will be checking PWP licences whilst carrying out their inspections on UK reuse and recycling operations.

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Back On the Road! FRN Regional Roadshows 2015

Join us for our annual FRN Regional Roadshow event in London in the grand NCVO located in Central London. 

Book your spot now!

Spaces are limited and filling up fast. 

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FRN Regional Roadshows 2015

The FRN Regional Roadshows 2015 are open to all Reuse Charities nationwide. We at the FRN want to help you network. We want to introduce you to fellow re-use charities within your regions. We want to get conversations going, find solutions to problems big and small, cover matters that concern you and have a jolly good catch up.

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Press Release: Corporate retailers partner with reuse charities to supply people living in poverty in the UK with quality, reusable items

The report is available to dowload: http://www.frn.org.uk/images/frn/FRN%20Commercial%20Impact%20Report%202015%20web.pdf

Embargoed: Tuesday 15 September 00:01 

A new report released today (Tuesday 15 September) at the 2015 RWM Exhibition by the Furniture Re-use Network (FRN) reveals 78,000 quality, reusable items supplied by the FRN take-back schemes went to people living in poverty in the UK during 2014/15. 

The report illustrates impacts from a selection of partnerships with major retailers through the FRN take-back scheme, the impact of more than 20 FRN managed commercial partnerships and the overall impact of the re-use sector in the UK. 

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