North Central Texas (NCT) Reuse Marketplace

Introducing Rheaply’s North Central Texas Reuse Marketplace, sponsored by NCTCOG. It’s the perfect place to post surplus workplace assets – think furniture, fixtures, equipment, machinery, and more – to sell or donate to other organizations in your area.

Rheaply is a resource exchange platform helping industry-leading organizations better visualize, quantify, and utilize their materials and resources so they can reach their sustainability goals.

What does circularity mean for your business? At Rheaply, it's about creating a community for businesses to buy and sell locally, redirecting valuable resources away from the landfill.

With Rheaply, you can

  • Access a digital marketplace of materials in North Central Texas
  • Save time and money by sourcing materials locally
  • Sell (or donate!) goods when you no longer need them
  • Reduce waste sent to Texas landfills by reusing valuable item

NCTCOG Webinar: Introduction to Rheaply's North Central Texas (NCT) Reuse Marketplace
July 31, 2024 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. | Virtual, via Zoom

Sponsored by NCTCOG and built by Rheaply, we're proud to introduce the NCT Reuse Marketplace, open for business in the DFW area.

Join this lively and engaging webinar discussion exclusively for city, county, and Resource Conservation Council stakeholders to learn:
  • What the NCT Reuse Marketplace is and why we created it
  • Real life examples and use cases for business-to-business material reuse in North Central Texas
  • Why you and your constituents will benefit from using it
  • How the platform works (a live demo!)
You’ll walk away with knowledge of how the marketplace works for your constituents, plus all the materials you’ll need to help us spread the word. Register today, and if you can’t make it live, we’ll send you the recording.

If you have any questions regarding the North Central Texas (NCT) Reuse Marketplace, please contact Alexa Gilbert.

This project was funded in cooperation with the North Central Texas Council of Governments and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.