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ASAN Green-Works

The Boot Factory
Powlett Street
All Saints
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
WV2 1BH
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ASAN Green Office is our office furniture retail and recycling business. We provide a hassle free, high quality, low cost approach to office furniture purchases. The furniture meets high specifications, is built to last and is exceptionally well designed.

You'll get a huge range of furniture, fantastic value for money, personal service to suit your needs and delivery can be arranged. You will also be involved with an initiative that meets environmental and social needs.

As well as providing a convenient delivery service we also collect unwanted office furniture. We provide a totally flexible and pragmatic approach for organisations who wish to dispose of unwanted furniture. Simply hand over the problem and let us re-use or recycle your office items in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible manner.

We have our own fleet of vans and trucks which are regularly in your area and can collect any amount. Our professional team will carry out the disposal according to your schedule, while you are left free to manage other aspects of the project.

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