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The Ladder Exchange Is Back!


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About the Ladder Exchange 1st September - 31st December



2013 marks the Ladder Association’s second year running the Ladder Exchange, the scheme launched by the Health & Safety Executive in 2007 to get dodgy ladders out of circulation.

The Exchange is returning after last year’s success, which saw the number of ladders traded get a 35% boost on 2011′s numbers.



How do I trade in my ladder?

The Ladder Exchange works through trade-in partners around the country, who offer a discount on a brand new ladder if you bring them your old one to trade.

You can find out where your nearest partner is through our Find a Partner section, divided into areas of the UK. Just go to the relevant section for you and use any of the partners shown there.



find out what to look for here:- http://www.ladderexchange.org.uk/about/is-my-ladder-dodgy/





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