The fire doors at Crow Recycling have been upgraded and replaced thanks to the Screwfix Foundation.

A generous donation from the foundation has paid for some of the fire doors to be upgraded and others replaced at Crow Recycling’s warehouse in Sparkbrook Street, Hillfields, Coventry.

Office manager Lucy Lynch said: “Funding for fire safety measures can be difficult for charities to find even though fire safety is a vital part of running any organisation. So we are particularly grateful to the Screwfix Foundation for providing us with the money for this work.”

“The new and upgraded doors will help keep our staff, volunteers, customers and visitors safe as well as protecting the building.”

Crow Recycling is a registered charity providing volunteer work placements for disabled people. Crow does this by providing a commercial service destroying confidential waste, processing non confidential paper for recycling, crushing and baling aluminium cans for recycling and selling animal bedding. Crow also runs a Scrapstore selling reused items to use for arts and crafts and processes used books.

Crow Recycling is funded by income from commercial services along with grants and donations such as the grant from Screwfix.