Metropolis Magazine features ANEW as one of seven groups that are championing building-material reuse in their July/August 2023 issue. Read more about these Superstars of Salvage…
ANEW is now a Climate Smart Certified business! ANEW is proud to announce their successful completion of the Climate Smart Training and Certification program. This award-winning greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions program from BMO Radicle Inc. enables businesses to transform into sustainability leaders while reducing business costs.
Good News Good Planet is a two minute, daily dose audio spot of good news. Listen and learn how Rose Tourje and ANEW is changing how commercial buildings are decommissioned and liquidated.
ANEW, who recently became a Radicle Climate Smart business, will be meeting with companies to discuss how to take responsibility for measuring their business carbon footprint and how to reduce it by taking actionable steps to minimize impact on the environment. They will share their practice of Surplus Stewardship, discuss ESG (a system for how to measure the sustainability of a company in three specific categories: environmental, social and governance) and meet with current ANEW sponsors such as HNI Corporation.
As leaders we are proud to share that ANEW®found is now a Radicle Climate Smart business through Radicle’s training & certification program! Becoming a #RadicleBusiness is another way ANEW supports the planet while future-proofing its organization to sustain the practice of Surplus Stewardship for ourselves, our industry, clients and vendor partners.
MillerKnoll announced new sustainability goals for 2030 to make a positive impact on the planet. The goals are targeted at reducing the company’s carbon footprint, designing out waste, and sourcing better materials. MillerKnoll has been an ANEW sponsor for 13 years. Together, they developed Full Circle, an exclusive resource recovery program designed for customers who are looking to avoid landfill when decommissioning furniture or surplus assets from a space.
RLI has partnered with ANEW and their Surplus Stewardship® program since 2017. RLI has a history of environmental stewardship through initiatives implemented to conserve natural resources and reduce our carbon footprint. This article takes a closer look at RLI’s recycling program.
ANEW featured as a case study on building material reuse. By matching companies’ surplus to charities, non-profits, public agencies, and underserved communities, ANEW diverts an average of three million pounds annually of carpet, furnishings, and other assets—although Tourje is quick to point out that with an estimated 1.7 billion pounds of office assets ending up in landfill annually, there’s still a lot to be done.
In Scandalbra’s 11th episode, host Mark Brunetz chats with commercial designer Rose Tourje about her career prelude developing corporate real estate projects worldwide for Warner Bros. and the life-changing moment that redefined her career. With the launch of ANEW, a non-profit committed to Surplus Stewardship, the U.S. based effort annually diverts over three million pounds of surplus from landfills, reallocating these gently worn items to 3000+ organizations in over 20 countries. For anyone with a desire to make a positive impact on the environment, Rose offers great advice on how to be a part of the solution and not the problem.
It’s showtime folks! ANEW founder/president Rose Tourje is featured on the eTown re-broadcast September 18-24. Tune-in options http://anewfound.org/news-press/anew-featured-on-etown-broadcast-september-18-24-2019/