Ukee Re-Use It

WCRS is creating a social enterprise to benefit the local population with a much-needed resource that will divert waste away from the local landfill. Often residents will leave furniture or free boxes at the end of their driveway waiting for pedestrians to walk by and take items. No more, come donate your items and help support WCRS programs.

Support us to support the community!

Location: Unit 102-1801 Bay Street, Ucluelet
Hours of Operation: Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 5pm

Drop-off donations will be twice a week on Wednesdays and Fridays between 1-4pm at the back door of the store in the alley way.

  • Outside clothing and Accessories such as raincoats, winter gear.
  • Footwear, Bags & Purses
  • Bedding, Towels
  • Kitchenware, Utensils & Small Appliances
  • Floor lamps
  • Small Household Furniture (Depending on space)
  • Sports Equipment such as wetsuits, surfboards, skates, hockey gear, skateboards, soccer shoes,
  • Video Games & Consoles
  • Computer Equipment
  • Camping gear
  • Crafting & Office Supplies
  • Some tools if space allows
  • Electronics
  • Helmets older than 5 years 
  • Baby Items – high chairs, gates, strollers 
  • Floatation Devices 
  • Medical Equipment 
  • Climbing Equipment 
  • Magazines 
  • Cardboard 
  • Vitamins, medications, consumables 
  • Large Art, Mirrors (Please take to Port Alberni) 
  • Carpets, large area rugs (Please take to Port Alberni) 
  • Broken or outdated electronics (Please take to Ucluelet Bottle Depot)

We will not be accepting books because books cannot be recycled in BC. While magazines, catalogues and phone books are covered under the BC recycling regulation and are collected with other printed paper under MMBC’s stewardship program, hardcover and paperback books, such as novels, textbooks and reference materials, are not accepted.
https://recyclebc.ca/wait-dont-put-your-recycling/

UkeeReUseIt@wccrs.ca
250-266-8533 (250-266-UKEE)

The grant provided by CBT has played a crucial role in the
establishment of the Ukee Re-Use It enterprise. We deeply appreciate
this generous support and collaborative effort, which has
enabled us to introduce valuable new services and resources
to benefit West Coast communities.