Pallet Collection

About Our Pallet Collection Service

Flame UK offer a comprehensive pallet collection service. Changing many customers focus on pallets, or pallet waste from a wood recycling service to a resource. We Focus on your needs, your usage and your type (s) of pallets. All pallets collected are sorted and graded to ensure you get the best possible commercial package available. Broken pallets can be included in the load collected, helping to reduce your cost further. Vehicle capacity is organised to suit your needs, volumes generated and your access capabilities. Collecting pallets from your site can bring revenue into the business and reduce fire risk on your site.

But, what do we do with the pallets we collect? All pallets collected are quality inspected, if needed are repaired before going back out into the market again. Alongside our collection service we can also supply you with usable recycled pallets. Many sizes and load capacity are available. Part of our aim is to reduce vendors and help our customer become more efficient, completing your circular supply to you.

Why Choose Us

We pride ouyrselves on our professional service, our customers often come on board with us with tales of frustration from missed collections. Inconsistent service that can knock on to their business operations. We understand the importance of offering a reliable professional service.

Flexibility is also at the heart of our offering, we will take away broken pallets, buy or sell used pallets from/for you and will our knowledgeable team are always on hand to offer advice on the best way to handle any challenges that your business throws at you regarding pallets. Give us a call and discover what we can offer!


  • How can I identify the types of pallet I have?

    Either measure them or take a picture and email us and we will do the rest.

  • What is a euro pallet?

    A euro pallet is any pallet with the dimension of 1200mmx800mm.

  • How do I get rid of waste pallets?

    Give us a call on 0115 8965460 and we can organise a collection.

  • How much is a pallet?

    Pallet prices vary depending on size, availability and strength.

  • What is the weight of a pallet?

    Pallet weights range from 12kg up to 25kg.

  • Can I put a scrap pallet in my bin?

    Scrap pallets should not be put in a bin but are widely recyclable. Please call us to find out more.

  • How can I arrange for you to collect my spare pallets?

    Call us on 0115 8965460 and ask for a collection to be organised.

  • Are pallets wood waste?

    Good pallets may be considered waste but we can often collect them free of charge. Scrap pallets should be recycled. Call us on 0115 896 5460  to find out more.

  • Are my pallets worth anything?

    UK Standard and Euro pallets may have a value depending on the quantity you have. Call us on 0115 8965460 to find out more.

  • How many pallets will you collect?

    We can collect from 1 to 500 depending on your location.

  • I don’t have a forklift, can you still collect my pallets?

    Yes we can hand load small loads of pallets.

  • We have a few pallets can you collect them?

    Yes. Call us on 0115 8965460 to find out more.

  • What do you do with scrap pallets?

    Pallets that are beyond repair or a size we can’t sell, are stripped down and the components reused to repair other pallets. Any small off cuts are sent to biomass – nothing is wasted!

  • Do you repair pallets?

    Yes, pallets with fewer than 4 broken components are repaired and resold.

  • Can I buy second hand pallets from you?

    Yes, please call us on 0115 8965460 for used pallet sales.

  • We use a lot of pallets can you save me money?

    Hopefully! Please call us on 0115 8965460 to discuss pallet pricing.

  • How do I get rid of Blue Pallets?

    Contact your local CHEP office.

  • What is the significance of Blue or Red Pallets?

    Blue and red pallets are owned by CHEP and IPP respectively. These pallets are rented rather than sold and cannot be traded.

  • Do I need to count second-hand pallets in my packaging waste regulations submission?

    Second hand pallets are exempt of packaging waste regulations and only new ones require counting.