Saturday 1 November 2014, 9:30am to 3:00pm
In partnership with Grey Lynn 2030 Waste Away, and as part of Conservation Week 2014 (1-9 November), Auckland Zoo is holding a Reuse to Reduce Market.
This year’s Conservation Week theme is ‘discover the world where you live’ and the market’s aim is to get people thinking and looking at ways to help keep the world on our doorstep beautiful.
According to Zero Waste New Zealand, surveys show that 30% to 50% of inorganic material is reusable or recyclable.
We are asking for donations of household goods to sell, such as furniture, kitchenware, bric-a-brac, crockery, books and fabric/textiles/blankets. NB All items in good condition please.
Money raised during the market will go to Auckland Zoo conservation and Grey Lynn 2030’s Waste Away Project.
On the day there will be stalls with local businesses talking about their products which are all made from and inspired by reused materials.
Information will also be available about the many conservation projects Auckland Zoo is involved in.
Drop off details
You are able to drop your donations in to containers located outside Auckland Zoo -within the car park- on the days and times below:
• Tuesday 14 October 6pm-8pm
• Sunday 19 October 8.30am-10.30am
• Wednesday 22 October 6pm-8pm
• Saturday 25 October 8.30am-10.30am
• Thursday 30 October 6pm-8pm
• Friday 31 October 6pm-8pm
Grey Lynn 2030 is a local response to the ideas of the Transition initiative. Grey Lynn 2030 is a participatory community organisation promoting and engaging in building neighbourhood spirit and cooperation while working towards a vision a self–reliant, positive, resilient, vibrant, connected and sustainable community.