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Shropshire Council - Unitary

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… it easy to get, give and loan surplus stationery, furniture and other equipment within organisation, and external parties. · Procurement tool: stops staff buying items that are already surplus. · Waste reduction tool; new owners for items that may have been skipped. Key Benefits • Better management of assets coming out of buildings. • Find homes for assets prior to building clearance (See…

… here). • Reduce waste cost finding homes for scrapped assets. • Catalogue furniture office assets – use of stickers. • Create wish lists, requirements for stationery, furniture. • Reduce procurement costs across the budgets. • Link up with other public organisations e.g. NHS Trusts. (See here). • Connect, support schools and ‘3rd sector’. • Incremental improvements to automate…

… a repurposing process. Figure 5 Shropshire Council Items Listed Warp-it has exceeded our expectations (Table 11): a target of £25k in the first year. We are now aiming for £100k transactions in the first 5 years (based on the methodology of savings from procurement and disposal costs). Table 11 Key Performance Metrics for Shropshire Council (first 12 months) So far, we have 210 members…

… on the system and they’ve managed to save: • £36,120 (in procurement and disposal costs) • 7,224 kg in waste avoided • 16,028 kg CO2 in greenhouse gas emissions avoided • 21 trees equivalent The next step is to move to a more ambitious goal and save £50k by 2021! This is a great performance and our next step is to sign up our first external partner; including SaTH (Shrewsbury and Telford…


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