Wood Waste Recycling has been trading for more than 30 years and operates on a three-acre site close to arterial transport routes in central Birmingham.
In 2020, its founder Paul Tropman retired from the family business and his daughter Carly Sitek took over the company, entering a new partnership with A.W. Jenkinson Forest Products and integrating the group’s distinctive ‘three trees’ into its logo.
Wood Waste Recycling’s expertise lies in wood pallets – we collect them from a variety of industries including waste management companies, civic amenity centres, and commercial sectors then sort and refurbish them, providing a cost-effective solution for the distribution of goods. We also manufacture new pallets, creating bespoke designs to suit our customers’ needs. The site is fully accredited to produce ISPM 15-compliant pallets which are suitable for international freight.
Wood Waste Recycling accepts A and C grade waste wood for recycling. We can collect waste wood throughout the Birmingham area with our fleet of curtain sided trailers and skips, and we also have a tipping facility. The business processes the life-expired wood into a range of products including biomass fuel, animal bedding and panel board materials.
More recently, the business has made a number of recent investments, including the purchase of a new Terex shredder, and JCB excavator and a new fleet of skips.
Wood Waste Recycling’s future is looking bright. Our enduring focus is to deliver a quality product and optimum service for our customers, while contributing towards a better planet – by its very nature, our business helps combat global warming by reducing global carbon emissions.
For more information, visit www.woodwasterecycling.co.uk