Enva is a leading provider of recycling and resource recovery solutions, with locations across the United Kingdom and Ireland. With sustainability at the forefront, Enva recover a broad range of hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials for re-use in manufacturing and energy conversion.

As wood use and manufacturing changes, the amount of low-grade waste wood such as laminates, MDF and chipboard is increasing, but there is currently little or no market for it. Low-grade woods are currently being sent to landfill creating methane gasses and contributing to global warming. Enva can recycle these non hazardous woods to use in its products.

Recycling your wood with them is not only cheaper than sending it to landfill, it is also greener. By recycling with them you will be helping to protect the environment and saving yourself money!

Enva prides itself on being a morally and ethically sound business which listens to its customers and its employees and as such, can guarantee that all their site and activities comply with health and safety policies and procedures.

What types of wood are suitable?
They can recycle the following non-hazardous woods:

  • All soft and hard woods
  • Pallets
  • Off-cuts, boxes, packing cases
  • Chipboard and OSB
  • Plywood
  • Melamine and laminates
  • Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF)
  • Hardboard

Please note: CCA (copper chrome and arsenate) and other hazardous timbers cannot be accepted such as railway sleepers and utility poles.

How do I get wood to the site?

ENVA have seven waste wood recycling facilities across England and Scotland. Depending on the amount of wood you want to recycle and where you are located, you can either deliver to one of the recycing facilities or they can put a container on your site and collect it when it’s full.

For more information contact:

Tel: 0161 370 2360