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

Month: April 2016

  • Yeo Valley Woodland pathway is now complete

    We were delighted to join North Devon Council and Friends of Yeo Valley Woodland in celebrating the completion of a brand new public footpath at an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The work cost £14,000, with £11,000 from our Coastal Recycling Community Fund and North Devon Council making up the balance. The existing informal footpath has been […]

  • Judging the Wheelie Wild Trail competition

    Throughout February, over 200 pupils from across primary schools in Devon were invited to design wheelie bins that connected food and farming with the message of recycling. They were allowed to use brightly coloured paint and everyday items that we throw away to decorate the bins. The eight winners would have their designs brought to […]

  • Burrington playground gets new lease of life

    Coastal are really pleased to hear of the positive impact a £4,000 community grant has had on the village of Burrington in North Devon. Burrington Parish Council are responsible for maintaining the playground in the village which is a popular play area for the children of the the school next door. Unfortunately, time had taken […]

  • We’re finalists in the National Recycling Awards!

    We’re thrilled to announce that we are finalists for the prestigious National Recycling Awards 2016 in the Best Business Partnership category. The National Recycling Awards recognise and highlight the excellence and innovation present throughout the recycling and resource management sector today. We were shortlisted for our close work with a network of 22 farms in […]

  • Rare breed gravel goats employed to manage Devon landscape

    We are delighted to announce our new service starting from today, Friday 1 April. We have imported a rare breed of gravel eating Austrian goats in an attempt to clear land for development. This long horned, alpine breed was selected for their unusual eating habits, as they not only clear vegetation but can also digest […]