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  • Environmental monitoring – keeping you compliant

    Did you know that Coastal Recycling also provides environmental monitoring and consultancy services? With companies faced with ever changing environmental regulations it can be a challenge to ensure compliance and legal obligations are met. The services are aimed at landfill operators, quarry operators, utility and construction companies as well as owners of derelict mines. Monitoring […]

  • Garden waste becomes valuable resource for Farmers

    Are you a farmer, or do you know a farmer that is looking to add vital nutrients to their farm’s soil – to increase crop yield and decrease the need for expensive fertilisers – if so, we have just the thing! Coastal Organics based at Hill Barton Business Park, Clyst St Mary, Exeter, produces over […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Have your pumpkin and eat it

    With an estimated 10 million pumpkins grown every year in the UK, many of those are destined for a short existence of service. After having their guts pulled out and flesh sliced, they are left on the porch to rot as an edible candle holder. It’s a sad tale. Unlike our American friends, we don’t […]

  • 8 ways to go green in the office – and save money!

    We pride ourselves in minimising the amount of waste we send to landfill – in fact we recycle a whopping 95% of all the waste we collect. But we don’t just manage other people’s waste; we want to make sure we’re recycling champions here in our offices too. That’s why we have an ISO14001 for […]

  • Why recycle? What’s the benefit to me?

    Here at Coastal we’re proud to recycle 93% of all of the waste we handle. With the perception that recycling costs more we thought we’d outline 3 key benefits of recycling your waste with Coastal. It reduces the amount of waste being sent to a landfill Landfill space is limited and where we can avoid […]