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We are currently running a full skip and RORO service as well as commercial collections. More information here.

Month: March 2016

  • Coastal Community fund helps Exeter Cricket Club

    We love to get involved with community projects and the Coastal Community Fund has been created to provide key funding to local projects to help boost their impact in their local communities. In our most recent round of funding, we awarded £10,627 to Exeter Cricket Club for some much needed renovations. Over the last two […]

  • Coastal helps bring village hall back to life

    The Coastal Community Fund has helped Roborough village hall become the hub of the community once again. The Coastal Community Fund aims to help projects in the local community and we love nothing better than seeing communities thrive! Last year we awarded the village of Roborough over £15,000 in two grants to help bring their village […]

  • Asbestos awareness

    What is asbestos? Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material that has been a popular building material since the 1950s. It is used as an insulator, has good fire protection properties and protects against corrosion. Asbestos is often mixed with other materials, so it’s difficult to know if it’s there. Most common uses for asbestos Sprayed […]

  • 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 […]