We specialise in the recycling of cardboard for industrial, commercial and residential customers in Poole, Bournemouth and Oxford. Oxford customers with a valid waste carriers licence are welcome to deliver loose cardboard to our waste transfer station in Redbridge. Please note your vehicle must be 3.5 tonne or less and a charge per tonne will be applied. For more information please call our Redbridge depot on 01865 721464.
We have many years of experience working alongside local authorities and other waste management companies to provide a turnkey solution to your cardboard recycling and disposal needs, which abides by all current legislation. Each of our waste management depots is fully licensed, and our team members are fully qualified to provide an outstanding standard of recycling service, all with the aim of keeping landfill waste to an absolute minimum. All cardboard is processed at our depots in Dorset, where it is then sorted and baled ready for transportation to paper mills worldwide.
We can offer a range of container sizes ranging from 660 litres, to large skips in order to ensure that we meet your recycling needs effectively. For clients that have insufficient space for a bin on site, we also offer a loose cardboard collection service in areas within Dorset. If collection isn't the right option for you, our depots in Poole and Oxford are happy to accept cardboard deliveries from trade customers. We may buy these materials from you, with a price that is dependent on quality, quantity and market conditions.
Our team of recycling specialists work closely with our customers in order to tailor our cardboard recycling service to suit your requirements. Whether you need regular recycling collections, or would prefer an on demand service, our team offer the skills to fulfil your cardboard recycling needs.
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.