In Vallet, the Ecocyclerie du Vignoble nantais reopens its shops
After two months of closure due to the health crisis, the Ecocyclerie du Vignoble Nantais, based in Vallet, is reopening its shops selling reuse products and second-hand furniture.
After more than two months of closure, the Ecocyclerie du Vignoble Nantais and the second-hand furniture store have reopened.
The two re-employment and circular economy services open to the public managed by the integration enterprise Pat’Mouille are located in the Dorices industrial zone in Vallet (Loire-Atlantique).
The Ecocyclery, which sells second-hand objects (clothing, furniture, crockery, toys, etc.) donated by the inhabitants of the vineyard or recovered from local dumps, reopened its doors on Wednesday 20 May.
Installed direction of traffic
The store is open on Wednesday and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.Due to health security rules, access to the solidarity shop is regulated.”Barrier gestures must be applied, a direction of traffic is installed and it is advisable to come masked,” says Valérie Robin, director of Pat’Mouille.
For contributions, opening hours are on Wednesday at the same time as the shop, Thursday and Friday mornings from 9:30 to 12:30.
However, all supplies are closed on Saturdays until further notice.”
Again for health reasons, the Ecocycling team will only welcome one car at a time.”Handling is provided by the user as far as possible”, says the integration company, which reserves “the right to stop the contributions during the day if the stock is saturated”, advises to come on Thursday and Friday, days of less affluence.
Complete cleaning of the shop
The store was completely emptied of its stock,” which allowed for a complete cleaning and the installation of the new collection. The shop has adjusted its schedule.
From Tuesday 26 May, it is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Access to the store is regulated.
Barrier gestures must be applied, a direction of traffic is established and the wearing of a mask is recommended”.