BHS pilots 'freecycle for businesses'

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Globechain website aims to help companies reduce waste sent to landfill and save money for charities

Retailer BHS has given away up to £3,000 worth of fixtures and fittings through a new website that aims to help businesses reuse more items and cut down on waste sent to landfill. May Al-Karooni launched...

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