Welcome to Greenrock

Greenrock is working to empower individuals and companies to do their part in making Bermuda socially, economically and environmentally more sustainable.

The idea originated with Sarah Young who was inspired by Freecycle (an organization where people can post online things they want, or want to give away for free*).

The uniform swap emerged as an idea to do something more focused regarding back-to-school costs, alleviating some of the expense of purchasing new uniforms and to give everyone in the BHS community a chance to give, receive and recycle. Sarah and JoAnn Lau spearheaded the exchange with support from a team and Martina Harris, head of primary.

* Freecycle organizations exist worldwide. In Bermuda, Freecycling Bermuda exists as a closed group on Facebook for those who want to "recycle" that special something rather than throw it away. Worth a look!

Latest News from Greenrock


Check out some of our latest news and what's happening at Greenrock.

21 Apr 2022

Bermuda’s environmental charities will band together on Friday to celebrate Earth Day – and have urged the public to do their part for the...

20 Apr 2022

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI], Keep Bermuda Beautiful [KBB], Greenrock, and the Bermuda National Trust are offering their thoughts on...

22 Mar 2022

Greater use of renewable energy is a “big ticket” wish for an environmental campaign group, its chairman said today. Eugene Dean was speaking as he urged...

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