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Reuse items internally, if the items are not required automatically advertise to preferred partners.
Control who to partner with and what third parties get access to.
Legal transfer of ownership of assets.

Improve internal collaboration

Set up an internal network for staff only, break down silos and improve collaboration between departments. Listen to audio

Improve resilience

Link up with other partner organisations to reciprocally trade across organisational boundaries or pool common resources. Create a Warp It club of partners right across the town, city or region. Members do not buy anything that other members already have spare. Members no longer throw anything away!

Prioritise specific partners over others

If items become surplus internally - if required, choose to prioritise certain external organisations over others.

Support schools and 3rd sector

Demonstrate CSR and capture the social value of assets redistributed internally and externally.

Search for partners by location, sector or specialism

Search and link up with partners who share common resources, geography or strategic relations.

Legal agreement

We provide the environment to transfer the ownership of assets in a legal and safe way.

Each external transaction is controlled by a legal process and agreement between the two parties.

Transport guide

An incredibly important part of reuse is the actual transport of the items from existing owner (contributor) to new owner (claimant).
This transport guide for admins will help you get started.

Guidance section for Transport guide for admin

How to build networks

Here is a more detailed link about how to build networks on Warp It. Build Networks Guide.

What our customers are saying



Reset was so easy and quick!

Anon, Ulster University

As a natural hoarder I hate having to throw things out so it's great to have a system for reuse!

Things that are no longer used can go to a new home and be reused!

Anon, University of Brighton

What a great service! 

So good not to be wasting furniture unnecessarily.

Many thanks for the friendly staff who helped me at the Marsden Shed!

Anon, University of Reading