At Pianos Recycled, we have a simple objective - to give new life to old pianos!We save unwanted pianos from an ignoble end through handcrafted restoration or imaginative re-purposing. We process each instrument thoughtfully and creatively to extract not only a useful future as a unique and valued item, but we also ensure the embodied qualities of the piano's materials and craftsmanship receive the respect they deserve.
Most unwanted pianos end up in landfill, which is both a loss of heritage and waste of resources. If you have an unwanted piano and want to be environmentally responsible, you can now choose a viable and unique alternative path for it.
And help sustain our planet into the future!
"PREPS" is a Programme for Recycled Educational Pianos in Schools - a joint initiative of Hendry Pianos and Pianos Recycled.
This applies the Street Piano idea into school's playgrounds. Join an increasing number of Melbourne schools providing a working and tuned piano to liven up kid's lunchtimes.
Get your school a piano for Free (you pay only for delivery and tuning). Simply email us "PREPS" and your contact details to email@example.com
We were on Channel 9 News Recently!
Pianos Recycled Founder and Principal Partner, Mike Hendry recently spent some time chatting with Tim Beanland for this illuminating podcast. Mike has over 40 years of experience in the piano and music industry as a piano tuner, restorer and seller through his business, Hendry Pianos. After witnessing the end of some pianos by sledgehammer, he had the foresight to venture into facilitating their recycling, and so Pianos Recycled was born. The full episode is at:
The ancient skills, craftsmanship, scarce resources and provenance embodied in the piano
The number of pianos ending up in landfill and consequently the impact on the environment
A piano to playable condition where possible and feasible
A piano's materials into unique, customized, individually designed products.
A piano's residual materials for later re-use
The Pianos Recycled community embraces Circular Economy principles as it believes transitioning away from a world of take, make and throw away and towards one that is regenerative and renewable provides some of the answer for the planet's health.
Our community consists of individuals, businesses and organisations like these:
If you want to be involved in our quest to save pianos from landfill or just get information, click this email button and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!