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Our guide to plasterboard disposal for DIY enthusiasts and local builders

If you’re using your time in lockdown to undertake some much needed DIY projects, or perhaps you’re continuing to carry out essential work in the building trade, you may find yourself in need of plasterboard disposal.

Disposing of plasterboard waste isn’t as simple as placing it into the skip you’re already using or taking it to your local tip for free disposal. There are legislations in place to govern the disposal of plasterboard that everyone must adhere to, whether you’re a business or individual.

What is the legislation around plasterboard disposal?

Back in 2009, European legislation around the disposal of plasterboard was changed meaning plasterboard could no longer be landfilled within mixed waste. This change means that all producer(s) of plasterboard waste must separate this waste type from any other wastes they have produced, and also ensure it is disposed of correctly at a licenced disposal facility, such as Southwood Recycling Centre in Somerset.

Did you know? As the waste producer, if you choose to use a local waste collection service it is your responsibility to ensure that they are a licensed waste carrier and they dispose of your waste legally.

You can read the full legislation on the Environment Agency’s website.

What options are available for plasterboard disposal?

Although plasterboard disposal comes with responsibilities, there are a number of established plasterboard disposal methods available to ensure that you remain compliant and your waste is disposed of safely and in accordance with legislation.

To help you to choose the best plasterboard disposal solution, it may help to start by answering two simple questions, which are: 

  1. Do I need the waste collected or am I happy to transport it to a disposal facility? Remember, if you are using a waste collection service they must be licensed to transport and dispose of your waste. Locally we work with and recommend Avon Material Supplies.
  2. How much plasterboard waste will I need to dispose of?

Answering these questions will help you to identify which of the common solutions outlined below would be best for you.

Skip bags
Being much smaller than a skip, but still large and strong enough to hold up to 1 tonne of plasterboard waste, skip bags are an extremely convenient plasterboard disposal method. This is especially true for domestic users who may not have much driveway space or tradesmen who carry out property maintenance/repairs or small renovations .

For the building trade where multiple waste types are being produced, utilising a skip bag for plasterboard disposal can also be a cost-saving solution. We recommend hiring a mixed waste skip for the majority of your waste, and a skip bag for the plasterboard. This is cost-effective because it avoids the need to hire separate skips for mixed waste and plasterboard.

We have an established relationship with AMS Bag Services, local skip bag providers, simply contact them to order a delivery of an empty skip bag and then ring them when it’s full. They’ll collect the bag of plasterboard from you and transport it to our recycling centre in Wimborne for compliant disposal. To learn more, please visit: amsskipbags.co.uk.

Disposal at your household waste recycling centre (HWRC)
Most HWRCs do take separated plasterboard waste, but not for free like other waste types. The price of plasterboard disposal is usually charged at a per bag or per sheet basis, which can make disposing of larger volumes of plasterboard expensive when compared to a local commercial tip. To help you out, below are links to the plasterboard tipping prices in Bournemouth in Poole.

*These links are to 3rd party websites so we cannot be responsible for the accuracy of the content or prices provided.

Disposal at a licenced commercial waste disposal site
If you or your business produces regular amounts of plasterboard waste or you have one large amount to dispose of you may prefer to use a licenced recycling facility such as Canford Recycling Centre in Wimborne, or Southwood Trade Waste Recycling Centre in Somerset.

In addition to competitive tipping prices, users will benefit from easy access, wide roads with a number turning spots and use of an automated weighbridge allowing for a quicker turnaround and accuracy calculation of disposal charges.

Plasterboard waste collections
If you would like your waste collected, our friends at Avon Material Supplies (AMS) have been helping businesses legally dispose of their plasterboard waste for many years in a couple of ways:

  • Plasterboard skip hire – AMS can transport a dedicated plasterboard skip to your business premises, home or site. They offer flexible hire periods, so once the project is complete or the skip is full, simply give them a call to arrange a collection or skip exchange.
    As tempting as it may be, do not try to hide your plasterboard waste in with other waste types. Although you may think it’s unnoticeable in the middle of your mixed waste skip, when it’s processed the plasterboard will be uncovered and you could face additional charges and/or prosecution.
  • Grab lorry hire service – If you’ve produced a lot of plasterboard waste that you want gone quickly, a grab lorry is the best choice for you. They have 3 sizes of grab lorry in their roster, so give them a call on 01202 579 579 to confirm which is best suited for your job or for a quote.

Whichever option you choose, your waste will make its way over to us at Commercial Recycling for processing.

Helpful advice always available

If you’re unsure of how much plasterboard waste you have to dispose of or which method of disposal would be best suited to your needs and budget, please call our friendly team on 01202 331560.

Our team of waste disposal experts are always happy to offer advice over the phone and if required may be able to visit your site or home to provide further guidance.

Our plasterboard recycling sites

We have two fully licensed commercial waste recycling centres that are able to recycle and dispose of plasterboard waste in compliance with legislation:

Canford Recycling Centre
Arena Way
Magna Road
Wimborne
Dorset
BH21 3BW

T: 01202 331560
Visit the Canford page

Southwood Trade Waste Recycling Centre
Evercreech
Shepton Mallet
Somerset
BA46LX

T:01749 830889
Visit the Southwood page

For more information, visit our main plasterboard disposal webpage.

 

Why choose a local man and van hire as your waste collection solution?

Are you looking to arrange a safe, legal waste collection and disposal method? Perhaps you’re:

  • A homeowner undertaking a much-needed clearout
  • Tackling a DIY project
  • A business going through an office revamp
  • A contractor who produces regular amounts of waste

If you do have waste that requires disposal and you don’t want to transport it yourself, what options are available to you? Well apart from the obvious choices such as skip and grab lorry hire, you could also utilise a local man and van rubbish clearance service.

Read on to discover the principal benefits of hiring a licensed man and van service, like the one provided by us at Commercial Recycling.

Convenience

Saving yourself time and hassle shouldn’t be overlooked when it comes to choosing your waste collection solution. Not having to look at (and more importantly handle) that pile of rubble or old furniture anymore could be a real weight off your mind.

Our local man and van hire service is quick and easy to book, and more often than not, one of our trained operatives could be loading and clearing your waste within 24 hours!

To get started or for prices, simply fill in our handy online enquiry form or call us on 01202 331560 opt. 3.

We collect almost any type of waste

Unsure whether the waste you have accumulated is appropriate for a man and van removal? Fear not! As a specialist recycling facility, we really can accept almost any type of waste.

This includes all forms of commercial, general or household rubbish, garden waste, furniture, and WEEE (waste electrical electronic equipment). We are also fully licenced to safely collect, transport and dispose of asbestos and various other types of hazardous waste.

Amount of waste to remove

A man and van can remove far more waste than you might think. At Commercial Recycling, our modern tipper vans can comfortably transport up to 1 tonne (1000kg) of waste in a single trip.

So, if you had thought that using a man and van hire service for that hefty broken fridge-freezer would be too much of a stretch, think again!

Of course for bigger loads of rubbish, there’s nothing stopping you booking multiple trips or arranging for a skip or roro container to be provided. For more information or for larger waste collections, please contact our team on 01202 331560 opt. 3

Opportunity to save money

For many people, hiring a skip may seem like the go-to option. Although this is often a suitable waste removal solution for larger clearances or for use on construction sites, in many other instances, it can be overkill.

If you don’t completely fill a skip, you won’t be getting your money’s worth. Not only that, but you could be stuck with an ugly looking skip in your driveway or carpark for a while before it’s collected.

Local man and van hire could be a quicker and more affordable alternative to skip hire.

With our service, each job is priced individually depending on the site location, waste type, and weight of waste to be collected. This means there’s no risk of overpaying for a ‘one size fits all’ costing structure that has to be set high to accommodate all collection eventualities.

With us, your quote will always be competitive and a fairly price for the job at hand.

Commercial Recycling also offers extremely low minimum weight charges from as little as 0.25 tonnes, so you don’t need to worry about filling the van to the brim. You can request a free, no-obligation quote by filling in our online enquiry form, or by calling 01202 331560.

Expert assistance

As mentioned above, our local man and van hire service can collect almost any waste, even larger items such as commercial fridges or mattresses. If you were considering trying to dispose of one of these, or any other heavy item yourself, you may find yourself either at a dead-end, or worse, with an injury.

Licenced man and van drivers have undergone specific training and are specialists in safely removing all types of waste, which means you can sit back and relax whilst the hard work is done for you.

Don’t forget our trained operatives are also certified to remove hazardous items such as bonded asbestos. So why risk the health concerns associated with some waste types for the sake of saving a few pounds? Contacting professionals will be well worth the money.

Book local man and van hire today

Think that a man and van waste collection service could be the ideal solution for your requirements?

Our friendly team would be happy to answer any questions that you may have, arrange a removal quote, or get your collection booked in! Simply fill in our online enquiry form, or call 01202 331560 today to get started.

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How to recycle your commercial waste in the New Year

Depending on your industry, Christmas may be one of your busiest times of the year. If that’s the case for you, the seasonal uplift in business is likely to come with an unavoidable increase in waste being generated.

Now that the Christmas dust has settled, and the new year is here, it might be time to think about how best to legally dispose of your commercial waste.

This article will guide you through how to prepare your Christmas waste for disposal at our local recycling centres in Dorset and Somerset as well as facts about how much waste is accumulated over the Christmas period.

Disposing of your commercial waste

It is your duty as a business to ensure your commercial waste is disposed of in a safe and legal manner. So, if you have excess waste from the festive period and you now require a low-cost, fully licensed tipping facility, read on to learn about our Evercreech and Wimborne recycling centres.

Our Wimborne and Somerset recycling centres are the perfect option for the disposal of all types of commercial waste. Each site benefits from low minimum weight charges, automated weighbridges, concreted surfaces throughout and safe turning places.

We accept most waste streams including;

Do you need your waste collected? We offer a low-cost reliable man and van services and can also arrange skip, roro and grab truck hire. For prices and information, please call 01202 331560 opt. 3.

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Top tips on how you can be more green with your Christmas waste

Even if it’s your old Christmas decorations or cards that you’re looking to get rid of, we have outlined some expert tips to help you dispose of your commercial Christmas waste.

Christmas cards

It always seems a bit sad to put your Christmas cards in the bin when you come back to work, as chances are, someone would have taken the time to choose, write and send the card to your business.

If you don’t have time to be arty with your old cards, it’s always best to recycle them instead of putting them straight into the bin. However, please remember to remove all embellishments and glitter, and any batteries from musical cards as these cannot be recycled.

Wrapping paper

If you’re lucky enough to receive Christmas presents from your clients, or you choose to do an office secret Santa, you might end up with rubbish bins full of wrapping paper.

It’s important to note that not all wrapping paper can be recycled. Like Christmas cards, check for things like laminated surfaces, glitter or embellishments as these cannot be easily recycled. Also, remember to remove sticky tape and plastic bows before taking it to your local recycling centre.

Christmas trees

If your commercial space opted for a real Christmas tree instead of an artificial one, you might be looking for a suitable way to dispose of it.

Christmas trees that are sent to landfill take years to decompose, which some experts believe to leave damaging effects to the environment. Instead of sending it to landfill, allow it to be composted by taking it to our Wimborne recycling centre, where they recovered and recycled. 

Did you know? Facts about Christmas waste:

Waste disposal company Enviro Waste has reported the following facts about general UK Christmas waste:

  • It has been estimated that the Royal Mail delivers around 150 million cards during the pre-Christmas period, with at least one billion cards ending up in the bin after December 25th.
  • 277,000 miles of Christmas wrapping paper is used to wrap presents which is roughly enough to stretch to the moon!
  • 125,000 tonnes of plastic packaging from gift sets and children’s toys will be thrown out, rather than recycled.
  • 6,000,000 trees are thrown out after Christmas, creating more than 9,000 tonnes of additional waste.
  • 6,711 tonnes of fresh turkey and 12,472 tonnes of frozen turkey are cooked each Christmas which amounts to around 4,200 tonnes of aluminium foil being thrown away every Christmas.
  • 13,350 tonnes of glass is thrown out in the UK after Christmas.

Visit our Evercreech and Wimborne Recycling Centres

Our Wimborne and Somerset recycling centres are suitably equipped for all customers and vehicles; tradesmen in vans and skip lorries, businesses or individuals in cars. Our site is fully licenced which means you can trust us to look after your waste, and provide you with the appropriate documentation.

If you’re looking to dispose of your commercial waste after Christmas, our team of friendly advisors will be able to help you book in your disposal slots. From Christmas trees to glass disposals, we can help ensure your waste is disposed of legally, safely and for competitive prices.

Contact our team here:

Wimborne phone: 01202 331560 opt.3
Evercreech phone: 01749 830889
Email: enquiries@commerciarecycling.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/commercialrecyclinguk/

Source notes:
https://envirowaste.co.uk/

Guide to asbestos disposal near me

If you’re searching for asbestos disposal near me, Commercial Recycling near Bournemouth in Dorset might be the solution you’re looking for.

This article guides you through the process of disposing of asbestos, as well as introducing the processes and legislation that governs how hazardous wastes are managed at our local recycling centres.

What is asbestos?

Asbestos is a material made from six naturally occurring minerals, which are composed of many microscopic ‘fibrils’.

Up until 1999, when the use of the material was banned due to its proven link to serious illnesses including asbestosis and cancer, asbestos was widely used in construction because of its insulation properties and resistance to heat.

Asbestos is classified as a hazardous waste and therefore requires specialist treatment. This means businesses and individuals are extremely limited when it comes to disposing of their asbestos waste legally.

Common uses of asbestos

Asbestos has been used in various ways, but is commonly found in items that include;

  • Roofs
  • Ceilings
  • Floor tiles
  • Gutters and pipes

If you’re unsure whether we accept your type of asbestos disposal, please give our hazardous waste team a call on 01202 331560 who will be able to further advise you.

For further information, please see this leaflet on places where asbestos could be hiding >>

Legislation

Due to the hazardous nature of asbestos, it must be specially managed to prevent people from contracting illnesses in the future. If you are responsible for the maintenance and repair of non-domestic premises, you have a legal duty to manage any risks associated with asbestos.

The UK Government’s website states the full legislation that must be met when disposing of hazardous waste commercially and should be referred to if you’re unsure.

Read more information here >>

Asbestos Waste

Asbestos waste occurs when building materials and equipment are exposed to dangerous asbestos minerals. As it cannot be decontaminated, the waste will be categorised as ‘hazardous’ if it came into contact with the minerals.

According to the 2012 control of asbestos regulations, if your waste contains more than just 0.1% of asbestos then it should be disposed of appropriately and according to the Government’s legislation. This means that it’s highly likely that any asbestos waste you come into contact with will be hazardous.

Disposing of your asbestos waste at Canford Recycling Centre

If you know you have waste materials containing over 0.1% of asbestos, you’ll need to ensure they are disposed of in a correctly licensed waste facility. Our Dorset site, Canford Recycling Centre, is one of only a few facilities in the local area that offer businesses and contractors a convenient and affordable location where they can easily dispose of their hazardous waste.

For the full list of accepted waste streams, including hazardous items, please click here >>

Our recycling centre is open Monday – Friday 07:00 – 17:30 and Saturday mornings between 07:00 – 12:00. Find our site at; Canford Recycling Centre, Arena Way, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3BW

For 2019 Christmas opening hours, please see here >>

How do I prepare for my asbestos disposal?

To dispose of asbestos waste at Canford Recycling Centre, you must first pre-book your disposal slot with our team. This is an essential step because it ensures your waste will be accepted and all the appropriate paperwork is prepared prior to you arriving on site.

Before transporting your asbestos waste to our facility, it first must be double wrapped in a 1000 gauge plastic. If you are not sure what this means or where to source a suitable material to wrap the waste, please contact us on 01202 331560.

Please note – asbestos disposal waste must be manually offloaded on-site, therefore we strongly recommend sheets of asbestos are individually wrapped and sealed bags of asbestos weigh no more than 25kg each.

For further advice, please call one of our friendly experts on 01202 331560 who will be able to help you pre-book your disposal slot, as well as provide any further guidance you may require.

How much does it cost to dispose of asbestos?

To keep costs down for businesses, our minimum weight charge is just 250kg. For current tipping rates prices please visit our prices webpage. Alternatively, for an individual quotation or for the full details of the waste disposal process, please phone our team on 01202 331560.

Collection services

To help tradespeople and businesses who are unable to transport their asbestos waste, we are able to arrange for a specialist waste container or man & van service.

The asbestos skips and roros (rollonoff) we offer are transported by our partner, Avon Material Supplies. Containers available to hire include;

  • 8 yard enclosed asbestos skips
  • 12 yard enclosed skips
  • 35 yard enclosed roro

Contact Commercial Recycling

This guide has outlined the basics of disposing of asbestos at our Canford Recycling Centre. If you have any questions or would like a competitive quote, please get in contact with a member of our team;

Phone: 01202 331560 opt.3
Email: enquiries@commerciarecycling.co.uk or for hazardous requirements hazwaste@commercialrecycling.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/commercialrecyclinguk/

Other disposal guides we’ve covered include;

Where do I go for commercial battery recycling near me?

With so many different types of battery used in the workplace, and various legislation governing how to dispose of unwanted batteries, it can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to local battery disposal.

To help, below we’ve outlined some key pieces of information you’ll need to know regarding battery recycling, along with details on the types of batteries that can be disposed of at our Wimborne recycling facility.

Why do batteries often need specialist disposal?

Batteries are classed as a hazardous waste, and therefore need to follow the appropriate disposal protocols. Although you may wonder how batteries can be grouped in the same category as many other more seemingly harmful wastes, it’s important to know that they can actually become explosive in certain conditions.

Technically, even your standard household batteries (such as AAAs) are considered hazardous. This is because batteries contain dangerous chemicals such as sulphuric acid, potassium hydroxide, or heavy metals such as cadmium and lead. However, as these household batteries are alkaline, they can legally be disposed of alongside your normal household waste.

For all other battery types, it is your duty to dispose of them in a manner compliant with current legislation. One option is to choose battery recycling using a fully licensed facility that is able to safely store and process hazardous wastes, such as Canford Recycling Centre.

Types of batteries we recycle at Commercial Recycling

At our recycling centre in Wimborne, we can accept a variety of battery types for recycling. Even if they are unable to be recycled, we can dispose of them as a hazardous waste in the appropriate, legal manner.

Batteries we accept for recycling include, but are not limited to:

  • Household batteries such as AA, AAA, D etc.
  • Coin / button battery varieties (such as those found in watches and car keys)
  • Plug-in battery packs (such as chargers for laptops, mobiles power tools etc.)
  • Car batteries

If you can’t see the type of battery that you’re looking to recycle above, please give our friendly team a call on 01202 331560. Alternatively, why not take a picture of the battery in question and email it to our team using enquiries@commercialreycling.co.uk.

How to recycle batteries

As batteries are a hazardous waste, you’ll need to book your disposal in advance. Simply give us a call on 01202 331560, or email enquiries@commercialrecycling.co.uk, and a member of our team will book you in for your commercial battery recycling.

Temporary closure of local Bournemouth Recycling Centre

Local tip, Millhams Community Recycling Centre, will be temporarily closing for a month to complete legally required drainage work. The work will be undertaken “in order to comply with the site’s environmental permit”.

How could the closure affect you or your business?

From Monday 13th August 2018 the Millhams site, which is located at Ringwood Rd, Bournemouth, BH11 9LQ, will be offering a limited service to local individuals and businesses.

During its period of limited operation, Millhams can accept some wastes but the tip will not be able accept the following waste streams:

  • Asbestos
  • Plasterboard
  • Tyres
  • Gas cylinders

Following the time of providing a reduced service, the recycling centre will then be entirely closed from 24th September for 4 weeks until 21st October 2018. During this time, no waste will be accepted at Millhams tip, therefore customers will need to travel to alternative centres.

Read more about the closure on Bournemouth Echo and Bournemouth Borough Council.

Our local recycling centre is less than 10 minutes away!

To help overcome any issues caused by the closure of Millhams, businesses can benefit from the services offered at our Canford Recycling Centre, which is close to Wimborne, Bournemouth and Poole.

Our fully licensed recycling centre can accept a variety of waste streams including general waste, recyclables, hazardous waste, asbestos, plasterboard, tyres and gas cylinders. To see a full list of the waste we accept click here.

Waste streams accepted

Tipping of general waste is available from just £40.00+VAT

The site benefits from quick turnaround times and hard surfaces throughout making it suitable for most commercial vehicle types. If you have any questions about accessing our recycling centre, please give our team a call on 01202 331560 .

Visit our recycling centre near Bournemouth

We are less than 10 minutes from Millhams.

Address: Canford Recycling Centre, Arena Way, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3BW

Opening hours: Monday – Friday 07:00 – 17:30 and Saturday 07:00 – 12:00

Further information

To view our waste disposal prices please click here. If you require any further information on waste disposal near Bournemouth, please don’t hesitate to call our friendly team on 01202 331560 .

Waste tyres receive a new life at Ashley Infant School

Recycled tyres at Ashley Heath School

We were delighted to be able to help Ashley Infant School recently, through the donation of a large number of waste tyres. 

The waste tyres were from our Canford Recycling Centre which is located near Wimborne in Dorset. The tyres we donated would have normally been bulk stored and then transported to a specialist processing centre where they would be recycled into a reusable item such as; rubber crumb for use in play park flooring.

To learn more about how the children and staff of Ashley Infant School have used the waste tyres, please click here to visit the school’s blog

If your school, pre-school or youth group would also like to explore the opportunity of receiving a donation of tyres, please contact Stuart Mariner on 01202 331560 or on stuart.mariner@commercialrecycling.co.uk.

Tyre recycling at Ashey Infant School

Temporary closures at local household recycling centres

According to the Bournemouth Echo article, from the end of November to March 2018, many Household Recycling Centres in Dorset will be closing for a period of time to allow for ‘deep cleaning’ to be completed.

Whilst the cleaning is taking place, the individual recycling centre will be inaccessible for a few days.

Read on to see how Commercial Recycling and Avon Materials Supplies can help you during the closures

Luckily the sites are not all to be closed at the same time, so it is hoped the inconvenience caused to local residents and businesses will be kept to a minimum.

Dates of Household Recycling Centre closures:

  • Swanage: 29th – 30th November 2017
  • Wareham: 6th – 7th December 2017
  • Shaftesbury: 24th – 25th January 2018
  • Blandford: 7th – 8th February 2018
  • Sherborne: 28th February – 1st March 2018
  • Wimborne: 7th – 8th March 2018
  • Christchurch: 21st – 22nd March 2018

Please also note the HRCs are not open on Christmas day, boxing day or new year’s day.

Our recycling centre in Wimborne, Dorset

To help overcome any issues caused by the closures, businesses can use the tipping facilities at our Wimborne Recycling Centre, which is close to both Bournemouth and Poole.

Canford Recycling Centre is fully licensed to accept a variety of waste streams including inert, hazardous and waste electrical items. The site is suitable to most vehicle types because it has hard surfaces throughout.  

Opening Hours: Open Monday – Friday 07:00 – 17:30 and Saturday 07:00 – 12:00

Address: Canford Recycling Centre, Arena Way, Off Magna Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3BW

Further information and tipping Fees

To view and download our waste disposal rates, please visit our ‘Prices’ webpage.

If you require any further information of tipping in Dorset, please call our friendly team on 01202 331560.

Closure of Apsley Landfill Site, Hurstbourne Priors, Andover, Hants.

Apsley Farm Landfill Site

From 4pm on Friday 27th, October 2017, Apsley Landfill site will permanently close for the tipping of inert spoils.

As we have now commenced the final phase of the restoration works at the site, during October we will only be accepting soil material.

The Directors and staff of Commercial Recycling would like to take this opportunity to thank all the customers who have helped and supported this project over the past 3 years.

If you require further information on Apsley Landfill Site, please do not hesitate to contact our head office on 01202 331560.

Canford Site improvements

Wimborne Recycling Centre

Our Wimborne recycling site has recently undergone significant works to improve the access to and functionality of the available facilities.

One of the most notable enhancements of the site has been the creation of a new tarmac road leading to the inert recycling facility. This means that any vehicle, from a lorry to a car with a trailer, are able to easily access this part of the site without having to worry about incurring any damage or punctures.

Further improvements to Canford Recycling Centre include the installation of an automated weighbridge at the inert facility and new offices with a meeting room for our associated company, Avon Material Supplies.

An overview of the updated site can be viewed on one of our site map posters that are positioned around the site and display the road links between the various facilities that are found at Canford Recycling Centre.

You can download and view the site map by clicking here.

If you have any queries or would like some assistance, please contact our team on 01202 331560.

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