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Building A Community

Building a community within the Public Sector, Higher Education & Healthcare through our customer Marketplace, Buy, Sell, Donate & Request used furniture items.

RightGreen Online Marketplace | Circular Economy Marketplace for Sustainable Furniture

Giving used furniture a new look

Give used furniture a new lease of life with our in-house Up-cycling services. Why replace when you can simply refurbish?

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We provide a one-stop shop for all Sustainable Furniture services, find out how we're creating a Circular Economy.

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Circular Economy

Creating a Circular Economy within our community is one way in which RightGreen are striving to reduce furniture waste within the Public Sector, Healthcare Sector & Higher Education Sector. 

By offering our sustainable furniture services to our customers, we can build a reuse community in which old furniture will always find a new home instead of landfill.


Of Global emissions could be reduced by changing how we consume items.


Over 672,000 tonnes of used furniture get thrown away in the UK every year.


90% Of raw materials don’t currently get reused in the Linear Economy.


Only around 17% of used furniture in the UK currently gets recycled.

What is a Circular Economy?

A Circular Economy is a production & consumption model that focuses on the reuse of materials & items to extend their life cycle as much as possible, this can be achieved through several methods, the main ones being;

  • Recycling
  • Repairing
  • Reusing
  • Refurbishing
  • Leasing
  • Sharing

The goal is to scrap the current economic model that encourages throwaway culture to one that eliminates waste, reduces Carbon emissions & implements environmentally friendly processes.

According to WRAP, over 45% of global emissions could be tackled by making changes to the way we produce and consume products & food.

The current Linear Economy model has a very short and simple cycle: Produce, Sell, Use, Landfill/Incinerate. This means that once the cycle is complete, all materials used are effectively reduced to waste, a recent study from RTS shows that over 90% of raw materials aren’t currently reused. 

The Circular Economy model has a much wider scope for extending the cycle.

How are we doing this?

To give our customers a true one-stop shop service, we offer a range of sustainable furniture options to easily enable access to reuse & recycle their used items. From Reupholstery to distribution, everything is handled in-house by RightGreen to provide a seamless and efficient service.


RightGreen | Marketplace

The hub of our Circular Economy, a portal for our users.

Buy, sell, donate and request furniture items in a few easy steps.

Furniture Repair

RightGreen | Furniture Repair Services

We offer furniture repair services for our customers.

Repairing furniture can help stop old items going to waste and can be reused.


RightGreen | Exchange & Swap Items

Extend the lifespan of used furniture items through upcycling. 

From repairs to Architectural Wrapping, we can bring used items up to date.

Steps You Can Take

  • Buy higher quality used furniture – While this may seem like an obvious answer, the reality is that higher quality furniture comes with higher quality frames making it easier to repair at a later date, it also is likely to be more durable. 
  • Don’t throw items away – Throwing your old items in the skip stops any one else from reusing them, use a service such as the Marketplace to get them listed and find a new home!
  • Always check if something can be repaired – Drawer not working properly? Maybe a spring has gone in the sofa? Whatever it is, the chances are it could be repaired very easily & more than likely at the fraction of the cost of replacing!
  •  Leasing Furniture – Just needing a temporary solution? Why not lease instead of purchasing, this enables items to be reused over and over again.

Still got questions?

Want to find out more about how we are building a circular economy? Send us an enquiry via the form below and a member of our team will be in touch.