This month we talk to Ben Moss from Bristol Wood Recycling Project (BWRP).
Ben set up the recycling project in 2004 with the aims of:
BWRP is part of nationwide group of wood recycling projects - hopefully this episode will encourage you to seek out your local project and get involved... or start your own!
** Warning - there are a couple of choice, naughty words used in this episode.
Support this podcast:
Bristol Wood Recycling Project
National body for wood recycling projects
Start your own wood recycling project - https://www.communitywoodrecycling.org.uk/opportunities/entrepreneurs/
Article on funding for BWRP - https://www.triodos.co.uk/press-releases/2019/bristol-wood-recycling-project-crowdfunding-launch
Original Triodos crowdfunding page - https://www.triodoscrowdfunding.co.uk/invest/bristol-wood-recycling-project
Brighton wood recycling project - looking for new premises!
Serial Wood Recycler
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