Make your student accommodation more sustainable with Hazaar

No hassle. No waste. Just HAZAAR!

Hazaar partners with accommodation teams to promote sustainability in accommodation buildings in a way that creates employment opportunities and fostering community through events. Our partnerships not only reduce waste but also addresses the cost of living crisis, all while promoting a circular economy.

Don’t get left behind - embed sustainability in your buildings now - both your team and your students will reap the rewards!

Offer to Accommodation Providers

1. Hazaar Marketplace App

Gain access to the Hazaar marketplace app to buy and sell second-hand items sustainably. No carbon emissions, no single-use plastics, just Hazaar.

2. Drop-off points

Hazaar implements drop-off points across campus and in halls of residence to tackle waste left by students at the end of the academic year. Hazaar ambassadors manage these points, collecting, sorting, and redistributing items to incoming students or local charities, aiming to reduce waste and support the community.

3. Pop-up Markets

Hazaar pop-up markets bring sustainable shopping to your buildings, giving students a platform to sell preloved, start or grow their own business. Organised by the Hazaar team, students are paid to executive the events.

4. Carbon Reporting

In collaboration with the University of Birmingham, Hazaar has built a revolutionary carbon reporting model. Providing carbon saving data for each individual marketplace - perfect for showing your commitment to ESG.

How we've worked with the University of Manchester

“The University of Manchester collaborated with Hazaar in June 2023 to promote sustainability during summer turnaround. By introducing drop-off points across Victoria Park halls of residence, students easily disposed of reusable items, culminating in diverting 4.060 tonnes from waste and reselling 1,970 items at a community-focused event. Furthermore, 30% of items were donated to Sharewear charity. Scaling up in 2024, the partnership aims to support 6 times more beds, creating employment opportunities for UoM students and fostering community through events. This initiative not only reduces waste but also addresses the cost of living crisis while promoting a circular economy.”


‘‘The pop-up was a great opportunity for me, it was the first time I had actually put my ideas of selling clothes into action, being able to get experience and also make friends with other sellers who have so much in common with you was really rewarding for me, can’t wait to join in again!‘‘

Rojeen M (@rojeen.ox)

Student - Fashion Retail Academy

‘‘Hazaar pop-ups have been a really helpful way to meet new people in the uni, especially those interested in future projects + helped me grow on social media- there's also a really lovely sense of community among the other stall holders & ambassadors, I can't wait for the next pop up!‘‘

Aine C

Student - University of Ulster

‘‘I wholeheartedly recommend the Hazaar partnership to universities seeking to enhance their sustainability education efforts, as it has the potential to become an invaluable asset in preparing students for the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing world.‘‘

Nicholas S

Senior Lecturer & Director of Employability SMM - University of Westminster 

‘‘The start of a very exciting journey for us at LSE ♻️ we are already sector leading for our sustainability initiatives but Hazaar take us to a new level! For more information on this visit:‘‘

James G

Head of Residential Life - London School of Economics 

“We're delighted to be developing a partnership with Hazaar. It's exactly what we need to bring sustainability to life at the University of Westminster. Students will be able to engage directly in the circular economy, buying and selling sustainable products, and our learners on our courses will benefit from first-hand exposure to a cutting-edge, innovative green company led by inspiring recent graduates.”

Andy Pitchford

Head of the Centre for Education and Teaching Innovation - University of Westminster

‘‘We are thrilled to be partnering with Hazaar, winners of the PIEoneer 2023 Sustainability International Impact Award. Working with Hazaar to create a safe space for our students to live more sustainably and to benefit from the positive connections that the Marketplace brings is an exciting prospect.‘‘

Carrie P

Accommodation and Advice Manager  - Arts University Bournemouth

“Hazaar pop ups have been an amazing introduction into in-person markets, the Hazaar team were very helpful and super friendly, also the Hazaar app was smooth to use which made purchases easy!”


Student, University of Birmingham

“Wish this app was around while I was at uni!! Super helpful to save money and be more sustainable, especially at the end of your student tenancy.”

Sophie L.

Student, Nottingham University.

This app is perfect for uni students. It provides outfits at short notice, it keeps clothes in circulation for someone else to enjoy, and it gets people talking.”

Nathan W.

Owner of Restore Vintage

Case Studies

University of Birmingham

Hazaar worked with the University of Birmingham to reduce waste during summer. Students donated items on their departure, the Hazaar team stored everything over summer and then re-sold the items to new students during arrivals weekend.

University of Manchester

Over the summer of 2023, we were able to divert 7kg of waste per student through our drop-off initiative. Click the link below to see our impact at The University of Manchester.

Arts University Bournemouth

Arts University Bournemouth partnered with Hazaar to ensure greater inclusivity and celebrate the uniqueness and diversit of Arts University Bournemouth with a sustained programme enabling all students to showcase their creativity and connect in a more sustainable way.

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