Paint scheme launched at Emmaus Mossley
A new initiative to redistribute leftover paint is being launched in the social enterprise at Emmaus Mossley.
Emmaus Mossley is now stocking ReColour, a quality water-based emulsion, which is produced by the Community RePaint network. Managed by non-profit organisation Resources Futures, Community RePaint – which is sponsored by Dulux – will provide the paint in a number of colours to be sold at affordable prices in the Emmaus Mossley Secondhand Superstore in Tameside.
“We are really proud of our ReColour paint. It allows the network to divert even more leftover paint from the waste stream and provides more paint to help brighten local communities, which are the two core aims of the network. It’s great to be teaming up with Emmaus Mossley to make ReColour available to residents in Greater Manchester.”
Martin Pearse, Community RePaint Network Manager
Community RePaint schemes divert leftover paint from the waste stream by collecting and redistributing it into local communities. ReColour is produced from leftover, reusable paint which is remanufactured into 20 standard colours and has social, economic and environmental benefits.
As well as preventing a valuable resource from going to waste, they support those in need by supplying affordable paint for individuals, groups and charities and providing volunteering opportunities and training placements within their local community.
“We are delighted to become a seller of ReColour and offer our supporters good quality tins of paint at great prices. Emmaus Mossley now stocks five litre tins in a range of 20 colours, all priced between £10 and £12.”
Alison Hill, Director of Emmaus Mossley
Emmaus Mossley supports 26 formerly homeless people by providing them with a home and work in a community setting. The Emmaus Mossley Secondhand Superstore not only generates an income to help sustain the charity, it also offers work and training opportunities to people supported at Emmaus.
To find out more or support Emmaus Mossley head to www.emmaus.org.uk/mossley. If you would like to get involved or donate an item, please call 01457 838608 or visit the store at Longlands Mill, Queen Street, Mossley OL5 9AH.