DWM Holdings Limited was founded in 1998 and is Devon’s largest independently owned group of waste management companies. We are leaders in the field of non-hazardous waste recovery, re-use and recycling, handling more waste than any other privately owned provider in Devon through our contracts with both private and local government clients. The company started life as the waste management division of Devon County Council until it became a private company in 1998.

Since then the company has grown both organically and through acquisition. Employing over 125 people and an annual turnover of nearly £20million.

The group is proud to provide full a service, recycling, recovery and environmental offering for businesses, the public and private sectors.

The Group operates through a number of companies and brands.

Coastal Recycling provides an extensive range of recycling and waste management services to the Construction and Demolition, Commercial and Industrial, Local Authorities and the general public.

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Devon Waste Management Limited provides waste disposal services to the public and private sector. The company provides solutions for the recycling and disposal of household and commercial waste and a composting operation for the recycling of Devon’s household green waste.

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Deep Moor Green Energy Park Limited operates the Deep Moor Landfill waste disposal facility and green energy generation business.

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Kenbury Wood Limited  operates a materials recovery facility for the recovery of recyclates from waste. The group operates from a network of sites with the two primary sites being our materials recovery facilities in Exeter and Torrington, North Devon.

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Exeter Grab Hire operates a fleet of vehicles for the recovery and disposal of recyclable and waste materials

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Leeses Skip Hire has been serving Exmouth and East Devon’s skip hire needs since 1968.

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In 2015 the Group acquired South Molton Recycle and Exeter Grab Hire and in 2016 opened a new site in East Devon for the processing of green waste.