ReStore. Circular Economy in Action.

Habitat for Humanity’s vision of “a world where everyone has a decent place to live” resonates with us.  We have been supporters of Habitat for years volunteering in Global Village builds in Cambodia and providing pro-bono planning advice for numerous Habitat projects in South Australia.

We’ve enjoyed getting behind Habitat’s latest initiative in SA – ReStore.

This is a social enterprise that rehomes building materials leftover from construction projects.  It’s an example of the circular economy in action filling a much-needed gap in the upcycling market.

ReStore offers:

  • A win for the environment with the repurposing of materials that would otherwise end up in landfill.
  • A win for the consumer who can cut their building costs with affordable products.
  • A win for Habitat with the profits being reinvested in housing projects for vulnerable South Australians.

Check out ReStore at 102 Port Road, Alberton.

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