Plastic Crate and Tray Recycling

Plastic Crates and Trays

Storm Recycling offer a wide range of plastic recycling services across the UK, including a Plastic Crate Recycling service for end of life plastic crates and trays.

This can includes bread trays, chicken transport trays, supermarket trays, tote boxes, beer crates, milk crates etc.

Do You Collect Plastic Crates and Trays for Recycling?

We will collect your unwanted and damaged plastic crates and trays.

There are no specific requirements for collections of plastic crates and trays other than that they are segregated between Polypropylene (PP) and Polyethylene (PE).

They should also be stacked neatly on pallets for collections. Stacking the pallets to approx 7ft high on a pallet will maximise the quantity we can collect on an articulated lorry and eliminate the need for double stacking of pallets which can be dangerous.

Do You Have Minimum Collection Quantities?

Yes! It does vary according to product type but realistically the minimum collection quantity for crates, trays and dolavs is around 3 tonnes (3,000 Kgs).

It may be possible to collect smaller quantities than 3 tonnes but this may incur a charge. 

Please complete the quote form below to find out more.

How Much Do You Pay for Plastic Crates and Trays?

It depends on several factors, but mostly the quantity available for collection and the distance they need to be transported.

Please complete the form below to get a quotation.

Environmental Commitment

Storm Recycling are committed to the environment and by using our  network of plastic recycling partners rather than one central plastic recycling facility, we can minimise the environmental impact and carbon footprint of  transporting and recycling your end of life plastic crates and trays for recycling.

How Can e Help?

To tell us about your Plastic Crate and Tray Recycling Requirements please complete the following form.

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