Collect and Recycle

Fertiliser Disposal and Recycling Service

Our team collects and recycles fertiliser and bags for the agricultural sector. If you generate bulk loads of this waste, book a collection with us today.

Farm Waste Disposal Services

Agricultural Disposal

We dispose of a range of agricultural waste for farms across the UK.

Paint Disposal

We can collect and recycle both paint and tins for your business.

Aerosol Disposal

Our aerosol can disposal service caters to bulk loads of this waste across the UK.

Chemical Disposal

We specialise in handling a range of chemical waste safely for the agriculture sector.

Oil Disposal

Our team specialises in disposing of hazardous waste such as oil. We can safely transport this waste to licensed disposal facilities.

Pesticide Disposal

Our team collects and disposes of pesticide waste for farms following the regulatory guidelines set.

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Fertiliser Bag Recycling UK

We are committed to providing environmentally friendly and compliant solutions for the disposal of used fertiliser bags. Understanding the importance of sustainability in agriculture, we ensure that your fertiliser bag waste is handled responsibly, reducing environmental impact and promoting a circular economy.

At Collect and Recycle, we provide farms and businesses across the UK with safe, professional waste disposal services. If you generate large volumes of waste our team can help with recycling your materials securely.

Fertiliser Disposal For Farms Nationwide

We can dispose of old, unwanted or discarded fertiliser. This chemical should be dealt with by a professional team following the hazardous waste guidelines set. Fertiliser disposal is a critical aspect of farm management nationwide, ensuring that waste products do not harm the environment or public health. Whether dealing with organic, chemical, or biosolid fertilisers, it’s vital to engage in proper disposal practices. Our service is equipped to handle various types of fertiliser, ensuring they do not contaminate water supplies or contribute to environmental degradation.

Special care must be taken when disposing of liquid fertiliser, a common byproduct of farm operations. Improper disposal can lead to the contamination of waterways and soil. Organic fertilisers, derived from natural sources, may have different disposal requirements than chemical fertilisers. 


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Get in touch with our team today by filling in the form. We will then get back to you shortly with a quote and to arrange a collection.

What Are Fertiliser Bags Made From?

Fertiliser bags, commonly used in the agricultural sector, are typically made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polypropylene (PP). These materials are chosen for their durability, strength, and resistance to chemicals, ensuring they can safely contain and transport various types of fertilisers. 

While these plastics offer practical benefits, they also pose environmental challenges if not disposed of correctly, as they can take hundreds of years to decompose in landfills. 

Recognising the need for sustainable practices, our recycling service focuses on transforming these durable materials into new products. This ensures we can divert waste from landfills and conserve resources. By recycling your fertiliser bags, you’re not only complying with environmental regulations but also contributing to a reduction in plastic pollution.


Book A Collection For Your Fertiliser Waste

Our convenient and efficient collection service is designed to make fertiliser disposal as easy and hassle-free as possible. Whether you’re a small farm or a large agricultural operation, we can tailor our service to meet your needs. Let us know the quantity of fertiliser and bags you need to dispose of, and we’ll arrange a collection date that suits your schedule. We offer flexible collection options to ensure minimal disruption to your operations.

Once collected, your fertiliser waste will be transported to a licensed recycling or treatment facility where they will be processed and transformed into new products.