Lympstone Manor opts for Coastal Recycling

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From left to right: Scott Andrews, general manager, Lympstone Manor; Richard Marsh, director, Coastal Recycling; Michael Caines MBE, chef patron, Lympstone Manor and Mihaela Platoh

Coastal Recycling, a south-west based independent recycling and waste management specialist, has won a contract to deliver a complete recycling solution for country house hotel, Lympstone Manor, the vision of chef Michael Caines MBE.

Working across every department at Lympstone Manor, the recycling contract includes recycling and recovery of waste from the kitchens, gardens and offices of the hotel which has 21 guest rooms, 28 acres of gardens, grounds and parkland, and fine dining by Michael Caines.

Caines said: “We are committed to recycling and respecting the wonderful estuary location we have at Lympstone Manor. Because we value our beautiful natural surroundings and the wild birds of the Exe estuary, recycling is a top priority. Coastal Recycling is delivering a solution that matches our attention to detail and vision.”

Coastal Recycling said it has developed a recycling system at Lympstone Manor with the objective of recycling or recovering 100% of the hotel’s waste. Paper, card, glass and plastics along with food waste, cooking oils and green garden waste are all collected from the hotel.

Coastal recycling began its service for Lympstone Manor during its transformation from a former Grade II listed Georgian manor house, providing skips during the construction process and segregating plastics, metal and rubble.

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