Green Move Out
Reduce Waste. Support Charity.
Every year during the summer, thousands of students move between properties or away from Durham and Stockton. During this time a large amount of waste is generated in our Colleges and in the local area.
The Green Move Out Scheme is a partnership between Durham University, Durham County Council, Durham Constabulary and County Durham Furniture Help Scheme (CDFHS) which aims to reduce waste and to support local charities including County Durham Furniture Help Scheme, Durham Palestine Educational Trust, East Durham Trust and A Way Out.
Green Move Out 2018
2018's Green Move Out scheme is now under way - Purple bags are being collected from students who live out whilst college's are communicating their own processes to students who live in! To find out more why not read through the rest of our Green Move Out pages?
Green Move Out 2017
The Green Move Out project was a finalist in the EAUC Green Gown Awards 2017, this video formed part of the submission. The Green Move out project is a partnership involving Durham University, Durham County Council, Durham Constabulary and County Durham Furniture Help Scheme. This video highlights the great work of the project and the drive to reduce waste, help the environment and support local charities whilst keeping Durham's streets tidy.
Since its launch in 2005, the Green Move Out Scheme has grown in size and effectiveness year on year. It has been promoted to other North East Universities, as well as forming part of the Zero Waste in Halls of Residence project.
The scheme also achieved an Award at the Altogether Greener Environment Awards 2011 and 2015, and was a Finalist in the EAUC Green Gown Awards in 2016 and 2017.
Thanks again for your continued support... the donations are making a significant difference to people's lives.Malcolm Fallow, CEO East Durham Trust