Waste Wood Collection Service                                    01604 930 998

Northamptonshire Wood Recycling CIC is a community interest company created to serve Northamptonshire, Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Rugby. We are a not for profit organisation with no shareholders so that all the profits we make are re-invested in the business and those we aim to help.

We offer a waste wood collection and wood waste recycling service to businesses in the county that's usually cheaper than traditional skip collection. We are able to offer a cheaper service by re-using or selling the wood.

Any business using our recycling service can be sure that the service we offer is professional. We are insured, registered as a waste carrier and provide waste transfer notes for your records. Our employees and volunteers are trained and insured and even have CSCS training.

It is our aim to offer training and volunteering opportunties to those who are finding it hard to enter employment . Especially the long term unemployed or those with learning difficulties.We also offer volunteering to those who want to give something back.

We are part of the national community wood recycling project

Northamptonshire Wood Recycling

We aim to

  • Offer a low cost, professional wood collection service
  • Reduce wood going to landfill
  • Provide training, work and volunteering opportunities to unemployed and those with learning difficulties
  • Raise the profile of re-use and re-cycling
  • Offer the wood we collect, to the public and businesses of Northamptonshire at really cheap prices.

NWR is part of the National Wood Recycling Project which was set up to develop a national network of wood recycling enterprises like ours.

Created to encourage :

Saving Resources by rescuing wood and timber from going to landfill

Creating sustainable jobs, volunteering opportunities and training to those finding it hard to get back into work

NCWRP has recieved several awards for it's environmental, social and sustainability work and by 2015 had rescued 17,000 tonnes of wood. Nearly half of this total was reused but all was recycled.

The network has changed lives too. Finding places for more than 600 hundred unemployed  people who went on to employment within the network or other work.

If you would like to find out more about the network, click here for more information