Waste Recycling Services

We can recycle all types of domestic and commercial waste in our dedicated recycling transfer station.

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RECYCLING SERVICES

It’s never too late to start recycling. At Dunmow Group we are dedicated to recycling 100% of your waste at our high quality recycling transfer station.

Extensive investment in our recycling facility means that we can re-purpose, reuse and redistribute almost any materials brought to us from across Chelmsford, and the rest of Essex.

Metals, woods, plastics, textiles, concrete and even tyres can be brought to our waste station, and, rather than ending up in landfill sites, it will be recycled.

Our environmental policy, specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of the ISO 14001:2004 standard, means that we reduce pollution and increase the percentage of recycled materials in the market.

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What is a waste transfer station?

A waste transfer station is a facility for sorting, recycling and onward transfer of all kinds of waste from general household to commercial waste, hazardous materials and construction waste materials.

We endeavor to recycle as much waste as possible, if it can be recycled, we’ll recycle it, its as simple as that. We provide a recycling collection service too, so if you don't hold a waste carriers license we will happily come to you.

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Environmental Protection

Dunmow Group is a very environmentally conscious company with a real focus on sustainability so you can be reassured that we want to ensure that as little waste is sent to landfill as possible.

We are a fully certified waste management company, all our accreditation's can be found on our documents page. Each type of waste is different, whether it is wood which can be recycled into fuel, metal which can be recycled into new car parts or tin cans to demolition materials which can be recycled into hardcore.

We accept all types of surplus waste and either re-purpose or recycle it to ensure as little waste as possible needs to be sent to landfill.

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