Remade in Brixton is a community initiative for a zero-waste Brixton.
We encourage residents, businesses and schools to reduce, reuse and recycle local waste, and to develop the skills of remaking and repair that are essential for creating local green enterprises and sustainable employment.
Our vision is of a Brixton where there is no such thing as waste: every resource will be used to its full capacity, and every discarded item will become raw material for something else.
More things will be made to last, be shared or swapped, get reused over and over, get repaired when broken, and be designed for disassembly into different parts and materials that can be reclaimed or recycled.
Wherever appropriate, waste will be reused/recycled/composted locally rather than remotely.
Activities and projects
Remakery Brixton – a co-working space for local re-use and upcycling enterprises due to open Spring 2014
(Page checked and updated 21/2/14)