Cable Reels Saved from the Skip and Sent to a School

Every year building sites across the UK need to dispose of thousands of empty wooden cable reels. These form part of the wood waste which is either demolished and taken to landfill or taken by recycling organisations. It can also be donated to local community groups for a wide range of uses.

One such use is to offer them around the local schools for a student craft project which is what this project has done. They delivered 25 wooden cable reels to a local secondary school to be used in a Design and Technology ‘transformation’ project, and a larger cable reel to be made into an outside table.

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