Free firewood – Free Wood

FREE WOOD in Essex, Herts, Suffolk & Cambridge by Orion Heating


At Orion Heating we aim to assist stove and fireplace owners by listing sources of recyclable waste timber – FREE FIRE WOOD. Please check the list regularly, and contact your nearest source of recyclable wood waste.

Orion Heating and the waste wood donors have no knowledge of the suitability of wood on offer for use in stoves or fireplaces. Use of the wood listed here is entirely the responsibility of whoever collects it.

Currently available Free Wood supplies;

      • North Hertfordshire – Letchworth
        WoodKingdom LTD, UNIT F, Letchworth, SG61JJ- Short off cuts small enough to fit in to a burner, most dried to less than 5 percent.
        Please contact Arron on 07497781352  to arrange a collection
      • South Essex – Hainault
        W. Robinson & Sons – Broken pallets not yet cut up.
        Please telephone Grant Robinson on 0208 559 6000 to arrange a convenient collection time.
      • South Essex – Billericay
        IAC Service Group Limited – Pallets for collection
        Please telephone 01277 623262 to check what’s there before visiting.
      • North Hertfordshire – Baldock
        Eco Waste & Recycling Ltd – Various items of recycled and waste wood.
        Please telephone 01462 743828 to arrange a convenient collection time.
      • North Suffolk – Stanton
        A&B Timber Engineering Ltd, Shepherds Grove Ind Est, Stanton, Suffolk, IP31 2AR. Offcuts of whitewood timber. Contact Jason or Brenda 01359 408408. Collections can be made without appointment, always available.

Your Company can Recycle Waste Timber and save on Commercial Refuse Costs

We invite builders, construction companies or retailers with waste wood to send us their contact details. Orion Heating are happy to add companies free of charge to this FREE WOOD page.

Open to companies in Essex, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and North London. Save on waste collections and Reduce your landfill costs – email

Timber offcuts, tree surgery and waste from the building industry represent a significant part of the material going to landfill. Not only does it occupy land we can ill afford to lose, but the cost of landfill is high for both the bodies generating waste and the local authorities that must process it.

Anaerobic digestion of wood products takes place in landfill sites. This process releases the harmful greenhouse gas methane into our atmosphere. Methane contributes more to global warming by the greenhouse effect than carbon dioxide.

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