Filing cabinets have unusually been the centre of attention in the past week as representatives from County Upper School of Beetons Way, made the short trip to the main headquarters at Havebury Housing Partnership to collect filing cabinets that had been deemed no longer in use.
The All-Through Trust upper school collected four three-tier cabinets and six under desk cabinets that had become available following further progression of Havebury’s ongoing environmental project. An agreement has also been put in place that the school will make another trip in the upcoming weeks to collect large desks and desk screen dividers that have become vacant at the offices of the affordable housing provider.
Ed Zipfel, Health and Safety Facilities Manager at Havebury Housing Partnership, said: “The Document Management scheme aims to reduce our level of printing, helping us contribute to a greener environment. As a result of storing less hard copies of documents, a number of our cabinets became surplus to requirements. With County Upper School showing an interest in having more filing equipment around its premises, it made sense for us to donate the cabinets to them.”
The positive transition between Havebury Housing Partnership and County Upper School follows a successful donation made between the same pairing in October last year when filing cabinets, folders and 12 boxes of Lego had been handed over for the All-Through Trust school to put in to use.