Domestic Wood Waste Collection in Oxford
Wood collection from your home and garden within a 25-mile radius of Abingdon
What we do
We collect all types of wood waste (but not trees or garden waste) from your home or garden, return it to our workshop and ensure it is 100% recycled and reused. Wood that we can collect includes:
- left over construction and DIY wood, including MDF and chipboard
- decking and fencing, painted or treated
- sheds (dismantled with glass and felt removed)
- pallets and crates
- wood flooring and wooden furniture.
How it Works
We take care of the loading of the wood (providing it is no further than 10m from where we park our van). We ensure all your wood is reused or recycled by reclaiming as much as possible passed back to the community as re-use material for DIY and passing the remainder on for chipping. The wood chip is then used as animal bedding, in panel-board manufacture or for power generation. This helps towards reducing CO2 emissions and slows down global warming as power generated is from a renewable source and re-used timber locks up carbon for longer.
As a social enterprise and a charity we provide meaningful employment to people who have been at a disadvantage on the labour market. Asking OWR to collect your garden wood waste supports learning and employment opportunities and could help transform someone’s life.
To recover our costs we need to charge £20 call out + £20/yd3, with a minimum charge of £60 for wood waste collection, but this could be equivalent to a basic small skip. Please send us a photo of the wood you have to email@example.com or call us on 01235 861228 option 1 and we will provide you with a quote.
What our customer’s have to say
“They were great, fantastic, fully filled the truck.”
“Certainly recommend them! It’s so much easier than putting wood in a skip, and it’s cheaper.”
“Absolutely brilliant, couldn’t have gone any smoother. They arrived, loaded it up and left before I’d even blinked. Lovely to deal with people like that. I almost certainly would recommend them.”