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  • Worries over risk of rough sleepers in wheelie bins

    As the cold weather is set to continue, many homeless people are putting themselves at risk of injury and even death by sleeping in waste containers. Many rough sleepers are seeking shelter from the harsh weather conditions and see wheelie bins as a safer place to sleep than on the street. In addition, bins present […]

  • Bringing our wheelie bins to life

    We’ve teamed up with Devon’s largest event, Devon County Show, to promote the value of recycling in the food and farming industry to primary schools around Exeter. Proving that recycling is far from rubbish, over 200 pupils from Lady Seaward Primary School, Clyst St Mary Primary School, Ladysmith Federation Juniors and St Martins Primary School […]

  • Alverdiscott Community Hall – Case Study

    Every year the Coastal Community fund provides over £300,000 of funding to qualifying projects that result in benefitting the natural, built or social environment. Last year, we awarded £54,280 to the village of Alverdiscott in North Devon to support the much needed alterations to their community centre. Early this year, we supported the halls project further by […]

  • *We Won* Business Contribution to Sport Winners

    We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded Best Contribution to Sport in the Express & Echo Sports Awards 2016. Other shortlisted candidates in our category included Tozers LLP, The Cricket Company and CEDA. The awards recognised us as being a supportive employer by helping former Coastal employee Sara Cox fulfil her ambitions in becoming the […]

  • Exmouth Hosts Confidential Shredding Event

    Businesses and residents throughout Exmouth are invited to drop off sacks of confidential waste to be shredded for only £3 a bag at a one-day event at Exmouth Imperial car park on Wednesday 24 February, from 10am to 4pm. Our new confidential shredding service offers a solution to Britain’s increased threat from identity fraudsters who target gaps […]

  • Free agricultural plastics disposal in Devon

    Between fertiliser bags, silage wrap, crop cover films and pesticide containers, the amount of plastic used on farms is staggering. While the use of plastic film has made substantial contribution to agricultural development, it has also come with challenges – what to do with the plastic waste afterwards. Since 2006, farmers have been required to […]

  • Coastal Blog – Community Fund Round Up – November 2015

    Every year Coastal Recycling donates around £300,000 to help fund local community projects through the Coastal Recycling Community Fund. The Community Fund was created to help local businesses, charities and clubs access funding for projects that benefit the community, which they otherwise may not be able to complete. In the last round of funding we allocated […]

  • We’re hosting a FREE Confidential Shredding Event in Exeter!

    We are inviting businesses and residents throughout Exeter to drop off sacks of confidential waste to be shredded free of charge at a one-day event at Exeter City Football Club car park on Thursday 28 January, from 10am to 4pm. We are facilitating the free confidential shredding day to mark Data Privacy Day 2016. Our new confidential shredding service offers a […]

  • House of Commons Reception to modernise Energy Sector

    As ambassadors of recycling, waste and green energy, we take responsibility to help shape our industry. We want to operate in a competitive, fair, ethical and sustainable market place, and we’re more than prepared to roll up our sleeves – to collaborate and challenge where necessary. That’s why we are proud to support the Entrepreneurial […]

  • Where to recycle your Christmas tree in Devon

    The mince pies have all gone and we’re sweeping up the last crumbs of Christmas. Don’t let your Christmas tree go to landfill – compost it! To help you out, here is your guide to recycling Christmas trees in Devon:  Exeter – Recycling Centres in Exton Road (Marsh Barton) and Pinbrook Road (Pinhoe). Registered garden waste customers can use their […]