Paper recycling & Disposal
Our team of paper recycling specialists offer an environmentally friendly solution to your waste paper disposal needs in Dorset and Oxfordshire. Oxford customers with a valid waste carriers licence are welcome to deliver loose paper 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.
As paper recycling experts, we accept newspapers, magazines, paperback books, office paper, leaflets and over issue news, as well as a range of other paper materials. We can offer a variety of container sizes and recycling collection schedules in order to tailor the service we provide to suit your specific requirements. If collection isn't the best option for your business, we are also happy to accept deliveries to our depot in Poole from other waste management companies and trade customers. As we are aware paper products carry value, we may pay you for large quantities.
We are a team of recycling professionals with an outstanding reputation across Poole and Oxford. We pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service, and work hard to provide our customers with recycling and waste disposal solutions that are tailored to their specific needs. From skip hire and confidential shredding to metal recycling and trade waste, our paper recycling experts offer a turnkey solution to your corporate, residential and industrial waste needs.
We provide an expert paper recycling and disposal services to a range of customers from all industries, including local authorities, print manufacturers and distributors, schools, holiday parks and local businesses. For more information, contact our team on 01202 674540 or take a look at our paper recycling FAQs.
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.