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How to Transport Items For Reuse on Big Estates

Warp It admin, FAQ

Your big issue = How to manage transport

This guide is here to provide a couple of simple, bite-sized tips for more effectively managing transport and logistics on a large estate.


Claim confirmation email

When setting up your Warp It system, you will notice that many fields are customisable, and that if used intelligently, will facilitate brilliant opportunities or present great mediums for disseminating information within your organisation. 

So remember, when you are filling in the field for your 'claim confirmation email', you can put whatever you like, but we recommend adding some simple transport information to help out the claimant.


For example:

Thanks for claiming your new item, here's some helpful information.

If your item is under 10kg and available locally, please collect it yourself.

If you are on Estate/ in building A, B or C, and your new item is over 10kg, please contact [transport manager]. 

If you are on Estate/ in building D, E, F or G, and your item is over 10kg, [transport manager] will be happy to help.

If you are claiming from a partner of [your organisation], and the item requires a courier, please visit this page for more information [insert link].

Thank you for reusing!

[Name and position]


Campus, estate and regional office settings

To edit this setting, visit Admin, then Settings, then Edit Profile.

Within this setting, you are able to specify the various locations of your organisation, meaning that when your members from a certain estate search 'desk', they are shown desks from the location of their organisation.

The benefit of this is a massive reduction of inefficient claims, and items that cannot be delivered or collected because of larger delivery distances. 

The point of reuse is to be more resourceful, so driving 500 miles just to get a new door would not be cost, resource or fuel efficient. 


There are many ways to share the message of reuse

Try some free posters!

free reuse posters

About the Author..

Daniel O'Connor

Daniel O'Connor

My goal is where reuse & repair is so convenient and desirable, that organisations do not throw anything away or buy anything new.. Where reusable items are redistributed for their 2nd and 3rd useful lives and when the items fail, they are diverted into repair.

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