Furniture recycling and reuse
You can give away items you no longer need to:
The person receiving the item may be required to collect the item from you.
You can also donate your furniture for reuse to these organisations:
Reuse and Recycling Centre, Summers Lane
Take your unwanted furniture for reuse to the Summers Lane centre
Items must be in good condition and where appropriate have the fire safety label attached.
These items can also be donated to the onsite reuse shop Second Time Around.
Barnet Furniture Centre
Barnet Furniture Centre collect donations of good quality furniture. They sell second hand and vintage pieces.
You can find everything from bed frames to coffee tables at their warehouse in Friern Barnet.
This scheme helps divert tones of furniture away from landfill and ensures they are reused or recycled instead.
Telephone Barnet Furniture Centre on 020 8361 6802
Kith and Kids
Kith and Kids collect furniture from postcodes beginning with:
There is no collection charge but furniture must be in saleable condition and electrical goods must be in working order.
Telephone Kith and Kids on 020 8880 9034
North London Hospice Furniture Shop
North London Hospice collect donations of good quality furniture. They sell second hand and vintage pieces.
This scheme helps divert tonnes of furniture away from landfill disposal and ensures they are reused instead.
Telephone North London Hospice on 020 8343 6814
987 High Road, London, N12 8QR
Monday – Saturday 9.15am to 5.15pm and Sunday 11:00 AM – 4:30 PM
The Loop @ Grahame Park Estate
Groundwork London is working to improve the estate environment, promote reuse, and reduce waste and fly-tipping at Grahame Park by creating The Loop @ Grahame Park
Grahame Park Estate residents can get a free home collection of unwanted household items.
The workshop team at The Loop also offer furniture repairs.
You can email The Loop or send a text or WhatsApp message to 079 8114 0926 for more information.
Check your waste carrier is licensed
You can check whether a company is registered as a carrier of waste by visiting the Environment Agency online register