ANEW featured in BuildingGreen Spotlight Report

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.

ANEW founder Rose Tourje on podcast Scandalabra

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.

A Closer Look at our Work

We’re compiling case studies of the causal sequence, the ripple effects of our Surplus Stewardship® program. We help local organizations focus on […]