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DCW hands over the keys to Radio Exe’s new truck as promotional campaign launches

This week, DCW announced the launch of its 12-month partnership with local radio station, Radio Exe, by handing over the keys to a brand-new roadshow vehicle. Drivetime Presenter Ashley Jeary visited the DCW Enviro Hub in Marsh Barton, Exeter, for the big unveiling of the new Ford Ranger. It won’t be hard to miss with …

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Three examples of Circular Economy schemes from around the world that you should know about

Tackling climate change is more important than ever before. It’s the biggest threat to humanity but there are initiatives we can put in place to make a difference and meet the goal set out at COP26 to keep the global average temperature rise below 1.5 o C. We believe that creating a more circular economy …

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DCW raises over £5,500 for local charities through popular Recycle & Raise scheme

DCW Polymers, the South West’s only specialist plastics recycling and reprocessing plant, has raised £5,736.28 for local charities by recycling plastic tubs and bottle tops donated by the general public, an initiative known as Recycle & Raise. The funds, which have been split equally between Dartmoor Zoological Park and mental health charity Mind, were raised …

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DCW to plant 1 tree in Devon for every recycled plastic furniture item sold

DCW are proud to announce that for every single item of recycled plastic furniture we sell, we will plant one tree in Devon!   This means that not only does our furniture save trees, but we’re giving more back to the world too. We’ve kickstarted the planting with 100 Oak trees planted near Crediton by …

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South West recycling firm invests £600k in new vehicles for its Cornwall fleet

Following a year of growth, DCW, a leading independent commercial waste management firm, has invested £600,000 in four new state-of-the-art vehicles for its Cornwall fleet. Two 26 tonne dustcarts and two 7.5 tonne dustcarts allow DCW to expand its eco-friendly Zero to Landfill recycling service in Cornwall. This responsible waste management service for businesses ensures …

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‘Shop and drop’ to recycle and raise funds for charity

Visitors to Exeter city centre can now recycle plastic bottle tops and tubs at a brand-new drop-off point in Princesshay Shopping Centre and help contribute to a more circular economy. Leading south west recycling and waste management firm, DCW, has partnered with the popular shopping destination to run its Recycle & Raise scheme all year …

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DCW acquires assets of national electrical recycling company as part of strategic UK expansion

DCW has acquired the assets of electrical recycling company South West Computer Recycling. After Somerset-based South West Computer Recycling, trading as WEEE Disposal, went into liquidation, DCW acquired its assets, allowing it to extend the reach of its Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recycling service nationwide. Customers of WEEE Disposal will also now have …

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Small changes, big achievements: The drive to become more sustainable in the South West

DCW Managing Director Simon Almond reflects on COP26 and what South West businesses can do to become more sustainable… COP26 has elevated the conversation around climate change to another level. It’s been impossible to hide from this incredibly important conference which is encouraging us all to look at what more we can do to save …

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Plastic recyclers from around the world: How innovators are dealing with plastic pollution

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Plastic pollution is a huge problem which is seriously damaging the planet and in particular, our marine landscape. Plastic has been found in more than 60% of all seabirds and in 100% of all sea turtle species as they mistake plastic for food (source: Ocean Conservancy). …

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What do the new Covid-19 data collection requirements mean for hospitality businesses?

It’s been two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, changing the way in which organisations collect and process personal data. Business owners had to put aside time to familiarise themselves with the new regulation and ensure that their employees were implementing the new processes that were put in place. As …

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