About Us

Revamp is a non-profit making Furniture Recycling and Reuse project, established initially in 2002 as a FAS training project for long-term unemployed young people.  The project has since grown and now has its own training premises, furniture showroom and transport for collecting furniture suitable for re-use. 

Who we are

A word from our manager…

I’m delighted to welcome you to our website where we sell upcycled furniture back into the circular economy saving you money and safeguarding the planet.

At Revamp we provide individuals with an opportunity to retrain as furniture restorers bringing great furniture back to life.

Have a look through our stock which changes often and please contact us if you’ve any questions.

What We Do

Innovative Furniture Recycling and Reuse

Revamp, is an innovative furniture recycling and reuse initiative of the Longford Employment, Development and Information Centre (EDI). 

Revamp was established initially in 2002 as a training project for long-term unemployed young people.  In 2003, the project expanded and now strives to promote the re-use of unwanted high quality low cost household furniture to people living in Co Longford and the surrounding environs.
 
The project combines environmental, social and economic factors, by recycling unwanted household furniture.

Story

Our Story & Mission

REVAMP 3Rstore provides ongoing supports to address issues of high unemployment locally through the provision of vocational skills training, employment opportunities, mentoring and tailored supports

Aims

  • Addressing social, environmental and economic issues.
  • Revamp Furniture brings new life to unwanted furniture and takes great pride in the fact that this furniture is diverted from landfill.
  • Provides training and employment opportunities for long-term unemployed
  • Provision of low-cost quality furniture
  • First circular economy project in the midlands
  • Revamp is actively seeking new recycling projects to enhance employment opportunities and protect the environment

Social

Really addressing social exclusion and poverty, provide jobs, training and volunteering opportunities.

Economical

Adding value’ to the local social economy through jobs and services, and helping those on low incomes.

Environmental

Through reuse and recycling; both of which are diverting waste from landfill, and encouraging more sustainable lifestyles by enhancing the reuse economy.