Recycled material suppliers

There are a growing number of recycled building materials on the market. These are available either in their original form from reclamation yards or in the form of new products that have been recycled from waste. It is important as well that we look at the recyclability of products so that when a building comes to the end of its useful life it can be easily dismantled and re-used. Using lime, for instance, allows bricks to be re-used whilst cement renders them useless, except for hardcore. The following organisations can supply recycled materials in South Wales

The information is structured as follows:

  • Organisation
  • Address
  • Telephone number
  • Email
  • Fax number
  • Personal contact
  • Website
  • Description of services / sustainable development credentials * written by the individual companies

Architectural Welsh Salvage Co.
Isca Yard
Milman St
Newport
NP20 2JL
01633 212945
info@welshsalvage.co.uk
www.welshsalvage.com

We reclaim building materials such as flagstones, timber, double glazing, flooring etc and sell it to the public

Cardiff Reclamation
Martin Rd
Tremorfa Industrial Estate
Rover Way
Cardiff
CF24 5SD
029 2045 8995

We are a building salvage firm and we sell reclaimed bricks, slates, timber, fireplaces and any type of building material.

Cardiff Recycling
Cold Stores Rd
Cardiff Docks
Cardiff
CF10 4LU
029 2043 4800

Please bring your unwanted wood and old tyres to us. We recycle them as wood chip and rubber for use in play areas.

Reseiclo – Rescued Wood (Reseiclo Environmental Services Ltd)
Unit 2, Harlequin Trading Estate
Alderney Street
Newport
NP20 5NH
01633 856622
info@reseiclo.co.uk
Trefor Puw
www.reseiclo.co.uk

Reseiclo offers a waste wood collection service to businesses within a 25 mile radius of Newport. This includes Newport, Cardiff, the Valleys and Monmouthshire. We will take all types of wood and wooden items, including pallets, off-cuts, plywood, MDF, doors, window frames, etc. The service is charged by the cubic yard and is considerably cheaper than a skip. Maximum reuse or recycling of the timber is guaranteed.

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