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Proud to be partnering with onHand

We are pleased to announce our new partnership with onHand, the award-winning tech for good platform that lets us act and have an impact on social and sustainability across our local communities and beyond.

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Domestic and General launch van for good

Domestic & General are launching our Van for Good, a reuse, recycle and sustainable project. As sustainability becomes the new way of thinking, doing, and living, our Van for Good will provide the transport consumers and our customers need to donate their preloved appliances.

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Getting energy saving smart with smart tech

Using smart-tech devices to get smart with saving water, energy and money day to day.

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Domestic & General help plant the fourth Severn Trent Commonwealth Forest

Domestic & General, joined Seven Trent Water to help plant the fourth Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Forest.

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How the Commonwealth Games 2022 will build a carbon neutral legacy

The Commonwealth Games 2022 will build a carbon neutral legacy. What is carbon neutrality, why does it matter and what are some carbon offsetting examples?

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A history of the Commonwealth Games

As we count down to the Commonwealth Games 2022, let’s have a refresher. What is the Commonwealth, what countries are in it and why do we have the Games?

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Who are the Reuse Network?

Curious about donating white goods? Want to help someone get a second hand fridge? Reuse Network help reduce waste and alleviate poverty. Find out more.

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Proud sponsors of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Domestic & General are proud sponsors of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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New Scottish fire alarm laws have come into force

Does your home have the correct smoke, heat & carbon monoxide alarms? Discover what’s changed & why every home in Scotland needs interlinked fire alarms.