- As the pandemic has redefined our perceptions for the future of work, a proper decommission is the first step to creating the right environment for your team.
- Professionals that can provide a comprehensive approach to the process that ensure your space will look its best at the end of the project.
- Choosing a team that’s dedicated to keeping your furniture out of a landfill will help you feel confident in the process and look forward to the future.
After a year of drastic adapting and evolving, we’ve all started rethinking our office spaces—how it’s used, who will be using it and how often, what to make it safe and productive. As your company discovers the right balance of in-person and remote collaboration, that may mean downsizing, or what we like to call “right” sizing, in order to maximize your space for how your team will now be using it. So what about all the office furniture you no longer need?
The first step to creating the best possible environment for your team is a proper decommission. You may have a lot of options for getting rid of your excess furniture, but most will have headaches included in the deal. The decommission process requires a high level of expertise in project management, logistics planning, and sustainability practices to prevent any damage to your furniture or your space and ensure a safe disposal.
That’s where we come in. Ethosource offers you a single point of contact for decommissions. Whether you’re moving to another space or are updating the furniture or layout of your current office, our team is committed to providing a seamless and simple transition for you, and a sustainable solution for your office. Here’s how it works.