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Construction Materials Removal & Recycling

Stenor Environmental Services Ltd are the foremost construction/demolition waste removal & recycling service provider in the Swansea area. We are licensed with the Environment Agency as a Waste Carrier and our Graigola Wharf reclamation & recycling centre is an Environment Agency Licensed Waste Management Facility.

Removal & Recycling of Waste

Stenor Construction Materials Recycling Facility

Stenor have the facilities, machinery, staff and management to provide a first class construction waste removal service within the Swansea and Neath/Port Talbot areas.

Waste materials are transported from your site in our modern fleet of DAF 8 wheel, high-sided tippers to our waste reclamation & recycling centre at Graigola Wharf, Kings Dock, Swansea. This Environment Agency licensed facility is used to store and process inert materials such as construction & demolition rubble and earth.

Please contact Stenor for more information on our construction/demolition waste removal service, or to discuss using our services.

Recycled Materials for Re-use

Recycled construction Aggregates

Building materials are crushed and screened on-site to produce building regulation standard aggregates, which are suitable for use in a wide variety of construction purposes as secondary aggregates. Waste soil is also screened and processed at the King's Dock facility to produce topsoil suitable for landscaping and construction projects.

The use of recycled materials in construction projects has both cost and environmental advantages. Please contact Stenor Environmental for more information on the recycled materials available or for a quotation for the supply and delivery of material in the West Glamorgan area.

Recent Contracts

Examples of recent projects include:

Amazon

Stenor delivering recycled materials to the Amazon site at Jersey Marine

Working in partnership with Ascot Environmental, Stenor was contracted to supply and deliver recycled hardcore to the site of the Amazon Distribution Centre. In total, some 80,000 tonnes of hardcore were delivered to the Jersey Marine site in just one month. The materials, some of which originated in Swansea's landmark David Evans store, were used for advanced earthworks prior to the commencement of piling.

David Evans

Stenor undertook a contract from Cardiff Demolition to remove demolition rubble from the city centre site occupied by Swansea's landmark David Evans department store. In 3 weeks 10,000 tonnes of hardcore was removed from the site and transported to Stenor's recycling centre at Graigola Wharf.

The South Wales Evening Post printed a feature (30th May 2007) on the recycling of materials taken from the David Evans store: click on the following link to view: Landmark's store new lease of life(PDF).

Swansea Metro Project

Working with Dawnus in Swansea , Stenor Environmental worked on a project to demolish and clear a City centre subway. Waste materials that were originally taken from the site and held at Stenor's waste management facility were then returned to the same location for reuse at a later date.

Ethos, Technium 3

Working on behalf of Andrew Scott Ltd, Stenor Environmental Services Ltd removed 9,000 m3 of waste construction material in 3 weeks as part of the development of Swansea's Technium 3 in the City's SA1 development.