Recycling & Waste Management

Lovell Recycling can visit your premisses to inspect your waste material. We will grade it and establish its true quality enabling us to make you an offer of purchase.

We may even be able to collect that material for free, making it completely free of cost to you. This will in-turn help you to conform to new and impending government legislation, reduce your landfill costs, and increase your revenue. It’s that simple, be green and make some too!

  1. We aim to make the whole process of looking after your plastic waste simple and cost effective - We offer one point of contact and a high level of service collecting your plastic waste. We will increase your environmental performance and assure you of a high quality service and full legal environmental compliance.

  2. We will carry out a full site survey – Lovell Recycling will visit the site to audit your plastic waste stream production and volumes, and check for legal compliance.

  3. We will supply relevant containers – Once the site has been assessed, Lovell Recycling will recommend the type and quantity of containers required.

  4. We will agree times for collection – During the initial consultation, plastic waste quantities will be assessed and a regular and convenient collection time agreed.

  5. We will arrange all required paperwork – We will arrange in advance all relevant paperwork to ensure waste is removed, stored and disposed of within the law.

  6. We will check & measure waste – Each time a collection is made all waste is accurately measured for reporting. We will input data to ensure accurate reporting for your records.

Once we have collected your waste material it is taken back to our recycling centre at our Telford depot. The stock is checked again to confirm exactly what type and grade of material it is and it then gets processed through our shredding machines, granulators and balers, changing it from a product into granules or bales. We are able to sell these recycled materials back to the worldwide industry at very competitive rates, and stop these materials from becoming landfill.

(minimum of 5 tonne for collections)