Give your unwanted stuff a new home (and grab a bargain)

Aberdare – The Shed

The Shed
30 Cannon Street
CF44 7AP

Open Mon-Sat 9:30 till 4:30

Cardiff – The Cabin

Lamby Way Recycling Centre

Open Daily 9:00 till 4:00

Llantrisant – The Shed

Unit 2,
Fford Prichard
Llantrisant Business Park
CF72 8LF

Open Daily 9:30 till 4:30

New Inn – The Steelhouse

Panteg Way
New Inn

Open Daily 9:00 till 4:00

Newport – Reuse Centre

138 – 142 Chepstow Rd
NP19 8EG

Open Mon-Fri 9:30 till 4:30

Sat 9:30 till 4:00

01633 216 855

Newport – The Tip Shop

Household Waste Recycling Centre
Southern Distributor Rd.
NP20 2NS

Open Daily 9:00 till 4:00

Penallta – Reuse Shop

South Rd
Penallta Ind. Est.
CF82 7ST

Open Daily 9:00 till 4:00

Pentrebach – A New Lease

Unit 20
Merthyr Tydfil Ind. Park
CF48 4DR

Open Mon-Fri 9:30 till 4:30

Saturday 9:00 til 4:00

Roseheyworth – The Den

Household Waste Recycling Centre
Roseheyworth Business Park
NP13 1SS

Open Daily 9:30 till 4:30

Tuesday Closed

Treherbert – The Shed

Treherbert Recycling Centre
Treherbert Industrial Estate
CF42 5HZ

Open Mon-Sun 9:30 till 4:30

Inside our flagship Newport Reuse centre store.

Last year we saved tens of thousands of household items (more than 620 tonnes worth) from being dumped in skips.

We've created 37 new jobs and one third of our employees were previously volunteers with us.

We’ve created 37 jobs across SE Wales, helped by 100+ volunteers. One third of our paid staff were previously volunteers in our shops.

Grab a bargain at the Cabin at the Cardiff Lamby way recycling centre

Saving these items means we can make them available at prices for all. We also donate items to local charities near our shops.

We help reduce social isolation - come and join in a community of like minded people

Volunteering plays a key role in helping reduce social isolation by providing a safe and supportive environment to build confidence.

Plenty of chances to sue and develop your IT skills as a volunteer in our IT department

Collecting, testing and selling items not only creates paid jobs and volunteering opportunities – but also stops items going to landfill.

People volunteer fo all sorts of reasons - from getting work experience to just meeting people again and feeling part of society.

For some volunteers it’s a first step back into the world of work, for others its a way to get out of the house and feel part of a community.