Economist Valuer

​Contact

​Summary (provided by consultant)

Name: Mr Tony Colman

Address: PO Box 404, North Hobart TAS 7000

Email: afcolman@bigpond.com

​Tony Colman, apprenticed in 1962 and now conservator of wooden objects which includes furniture, horse drawn vehicles, church fittings, industrial and domestic interior fittings, exterior wooden details eg; fence, verandahs. Valuer of furniture for insurance purposes and Tax Incentive Scheme. Member of Australian Institute of Conservators of Cultural Material.

Operates: State wide

​Name: Brad Mashman, Recovery (Tas) Pty Ltd

Address: Glenorchy Tipshop, 26A Jackson Street, Glenorchy TAS 7010

Phone: 6274 1046

Mobile: 0409 561 190

Email: mail@recoveryshop.com

Web: www.recoveryshop.com.au

​Recovery works with architects (specifically Patrick Denell) and builders to implement programs assessing the value of materials in buildings for resource and recovery. The Glenorchy Tipshop (The Recovery Centre) salvages, accepts drop offs, pick ups and sells ewaste, furniture, building and construction materials including roofing, masonry, glazing, plumbing fittings and joinery for the Tasmanian community moving towards a circular economy.

 

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