Did you know it takes 25% less energy to recycle cardboard than to create it? Help save the planet one box at a time with our simple cardboard recycling service!
A long established and respected recycling company, W&S Waste specialise in cardboard recycling for industrial, commercial and residential customers across Dorset and Oxford. We have spent years working alongside local authorities and other waste management companies to provide our customers with a complete cardboard recycling and disposal service to keep landfill waste to a minimum – just one tonne of recycled cardboard saves 9 cubic yards of landfill space.
We offer a full range of cardboard recycling services to ensure the process is as easy as possible for our customers. We can deliver containers of various sizes, ranging from 660 litres to large skips, or if you don’t have enough space on site, we offer a loose cardboard collection service across several areas in Dorset. Another option for trade customers is to deliver your cardboard to one of our local depots in Poole and Oxford and, depending on quantity, quality and market conditions, we’ll even pay you for it!
Our experienced team are fully qualified and up to date with current legislation in order to provide an outstanding, compliant service. As we are committed to reducing waste as much as possible, we work closely with our customers to tailor our cardboard recycling services to your requirements, from regular collections to an on-demand service. Whichever way we receive our cardboard, it is all processed at our fully licensed waste management depots where it is then sorted and baled ready for transportation to begin its new life at paper mills all across the world.
To discuss your cardboard recycling requirements, please contact our specialist team today on 01202 675564 and they’ll be happy to find the right solution for you.
Locate your nearest household waste centre and scrap yard using the list below. Unsure of where your waste needs to go? Contact our team and we'll be more than happy to help. For your local council charges visit the Oxford Council and Dorset For You websites.