Commercial Recycling

About commercial recycling

Recycling is an easy way to help your organisation reduce it’s carbon footprint as it means less waste is sent to landfill. This not only benefits the environment, but it also helps your company's waste disposal budget.

What happens to your waste?

This will depend on the nature of the waste:

  • Single stream and mixed material recycling is sent to an MRF, Mixed Recycling Facility, which diverts waste from landfill by breaking it down into materials for use in new products
  • Food waste is sent to an anaerobic digestion plant, at which point it will be made into a compost that can be used to fertilize farmland throughout the UK  

Why choose our service?

The Oxford Direct Services team of dedicated and experienced staff is here to help your business find a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly and smart solution to waste collection and recycling.

Drawing upon over 20 years of experience, we can help your company achieve sustainability goals and reduce carbon footprint all while providing a comprehensive and economically smart service. Founded more than two decades ago, our Commercial Waste Collection Service continues to provide local businesses with an array of straightforward, hassle-free options. Our Recycling Service was established in 2005, and our Food Waste Service followed in 2010 to offer local businesses, charities, universities and colleges with an all-inclusive solution to their waste and recycling needs.

To find out more, call us on 01865 684988 today.

See What Our Customers Say

I have found the whole service to be top class! Communication with their department has been excellent. Solutions to our difficulties were found and acted upon swiftly.

Adrian Clark, Balliol College

We have been using Oxford Direct Services for many years and have been very impressed with the efforts they have been making to provide a more sustainable waste management solution for our business. The service we receive is really second to none.

Andrew Lund-Yates, The Oxford Centre