The central team behind the Community RePaint network

We are a team of three who work together to support all our schemes and to strengthen and develop the network. We each have our own area of focus so take a look below to find out which one of us you need to speak to, or get in touch with Dan on our main number and email. He can make sure your enquiry gets dealt with by the right person.

Please put the topic of your enquiry in the subject line of any emails

 

Dan Everard

Network Officer

repaint@resourcefutures.co.uk 
0117 914 3452 / 07725 760 082

Dan can help you with your general enquiries.

Contact Dan if:

  • you are having trouble finding your local scheme, or
  • you have leftover paint that you don’t know what to do with.

Dan can put you in touch with the right scheme or direct you to your nearest drop-off point. He also loves to hear about how people use our paint, so if you have any stories please do share them with him!

 

Currently Recruiting

Network Coordinator

The Network Coordinator works with our schemes, visiting and supporting them on a day-to-day basis.

Contact if:

  • you want to know more about the network, or
  • you are interested in setting up a scheme.

They can also help put you in contact with the best scheme for your project or leftover paint. Just like Dan, the Network Coordinator is always looking for new stories to share so get in touch to tell her about your projects.

 

Martin Pearse

Network Manager

martin.pearse@resourcefutures.co.uk
0117 914 3450

Martin supports the network strategically, identifying and developing new schemes; working with local authorities, retailers and manufacturers to secure new sources of paint and maintaining relationships with other stakeholders in the paint sector. He has been working in the community and reuse sectors for over 30 years and is a great source of knowledge for the network.

Contact Martin if:

  • you would like to join the network,
  • you have leftover paint on a national scale, or
  • if you are a local authority interested in finding an alternative way to manage waste paint.