Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Recycle Tennis Balls

UPDATED 01/07/2020





Below is a photo of the condition of tennis balls that we do not take, ( i.e. weather damaged / very discoloured, Etc ) please do not put any balls in this condition into the sacks.





























































































Recycle Your Used Tennis Balls For ££££’s

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls For 30p Per Ball

1. We Pay 30p Per Ball - You can send in any number of balls. You pay your own postage and use your own packaging ( most people use a cardboard box from the local shop / supermarket ) Please don’t request one of our sacks for this option.

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls For 30p Per Ball

2. We Pay 30p Per Ball – ( Local Collection – We collect the balls from your club )

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls In Batches Of 250 For £62.50 ( 25p per ball )

3. We Pay 25p Per Ball – You send in 250 balls in one of our reusable sacks. We pay £62.50 (25p per ball) and cover all shipping costs.

 

In addition to standard tennis balls, we can also take trainer balls, low pressure / mini balls ( only the dual coloured or coloured balls NOT the standard yellow coloured low pressure / min balls ) Padel balls, Etc.  ( all subject to any of them nor being in any of the conditions we do not take )

So long as the balls are not weather damaged, or are very discoloured, or have damaged / frayed nap, or have been worn down to practically threadbare, then we can take them.

i.e. Balls have been knocked over the fence, into the bushes, onto a roof, Etc, then left out in all weathers, will be weather damaged / will have become discoloured.

i.e. If the balls have been used to death, then the nap will be have become practically threadbare or will have become frayed.

Also, we can not take any balls that have been used on clay courts, as they will have become very discoloured red / brown. (Ball used on artificial clay surfaces should be fine, provided they have not become too discoloured)

If any of the balls are in any of the above conditions, please don't put them into the sack.

 

Also, we can not take the standard yellow coloured low pressure / mini balls. ( the dual coloured and coloured ones are fine, provided they are in good condition )

 

 

If you are not sending the balls yourself, then we have found that the most convenient process is :

 

When you have 250 or more balls available, simply let us know and we will send you out a reusable courier sacks(s).

 

Once you let us know that the sack has been packed, we will arrange for the courier to call and collect.

 

We will make a bank transfer for you one the balls have been received and sorted.

 

Recycaball is a not for profit company ( registration No 10578934 ) , has been running since 2010 and is now recycling with over 1,700 clubs and coaches throughout in the UK.

 

Email -   neil@recycaball.com      web - www.recycaball.com

 

 

Once tennis balls have lost their pressure, they are no longer suitable for tennis and are usually just thrown away, typically ending up in landfill sites. Since 2010 we have been offering a much better solution, as we recycle these used tennis balls, giving them a new lease of life...

 

We have various stages of recycling. The majority of our business consists of the repressurisation of tennis balls. For balls that are not suitable for repressurisation, we recycle in several different ways.

 

We are particularly proud of our charity based recycling. This involves the packaging up of balls to donate to various charities, including Save The Children,  NSPCC, Barnardo's, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, RSPCA, Police Dogs, Guide Dogs, Etc. Etc.

 

We also make regular cash donations to the following charities :

Make A Wish, Cancer Research  UK, The British Heart Foundation,  The Alzheimer's  Society, The National Autistic Society, The Parkinson's Disease Society,

Macmillan  Cancer  Support,  CALM, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, The Stroke Association, ASYTST, NLAAS, Veterans Lifeline,

The Tennis Foundation, Tennis First, & Tennis For Free.

 

Recycaball - Proud  to be helping tennis become a greener and more

 eco-friendly sport, by giving used tennis balls a new lease of life !

 

Recycaball Ltd Is A Not For Profit Company.  Registration Number  10578934






October 2020 Update

 

Hi Everyone,

 

Please find below details regarding our charitable donations, for June to September 2020.

 (the numbers are still lower than normal due to the virus).

 

We Make Donations Of Tennis Balls To The Following Charities / Organisations :

Save The Children, NSPCC, Barnardo's, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, RSPCA, Police Dogs, Guide Dogs, Etc, Etc.

 

This Quarter We Have Donated A Total Of 975 Balls.

 

We Have Also Made Cash Donations To The Following Charities ( again the amounts donated were much lower, due to the virus ) :

Make A Wish, Cancer Research UK, The British Heart Foundation,  The Alzheimer's  Society, The National Autistic Society, The Parkinson's Disease Society, CALM,

Macmillan  Cancer  Support, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, The Stroke Association, ASYTST, NLAAS, Veterans Lifeline,

 The Tennis Foundation, Tennis First, & Tennis For Free.

 

I would like to say a big thank you for your continued support, as without you, these charitable donations would simply not be possible.

 

Kind regards,    Neil.





















Friday, 14 April 2017

Tennis Ball Recycling

UPDATED 01/07/2020




Below is a photo of the condition of tennis balls that we do not take, ( i.e. weather damaged / very discoloured, Etc ) please do not put any balls in this condition into the sacks.

























































































Recycle Your Used Tennis Balls For ££££’s

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls For 30p Per Ball

1. We Pay 30p Per Ball - You can send in any number of balls. You pay your own postage and use your own packaging ( most people use a cardboard box from the local shop / supermarket ) Please don’t request one of our sacks for this option.

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls For 30p Per Ball

2. We Pay 30p Per Ball – ( Local Collection – We collect the balls from your club )

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls In Batches Of 250 For £62.50 ( 25p per ball )

3. We Pay 25p Per Ball – You send in 250 balls in one of our reusable sacks. We pay £62.50 (25p per ball) and cover all shipping costs.

 

In addition to standard tennis balls, we can also take trainer balls, low pressure / mini balls ( only the dual coloured or coloured balls NOT the standard yellow coloured low pressure / min balls ) Padel balls, Etc.  ( all subject to any of them nor being in any of the conditions we do not take )

So long as the balls are not weather damaged, or are very discoloured, or have damaged / frayed nap, or have been worn down to practically threadbare, then we can take them.

i.e. Balls have been knocked over the fence, into the bushes, onto a roof, Etc, then left out in all weathers, will be weather damaged / will have become discoloured.

i.e. If the balls have been used to death, then the nap will be have become practically threadbare or will have become frayed.

Also, we can not take any balls that have been used on clay courts, as they will have become very discoloured red / brown. (Ball used on artificial clay surfaces should be fine, provided they have not become too discoloured)

If any of the balls are in any of the above conditions, please don't put them into the sack.

 

Also, we can not take the standard yellow coloured low pressure / mini balls. ( the dual coloured and coloured ones are fine, provided they are in good condition )

 

 

If you are not sending the balls yourself, then we have found that the most convenient process is :

 

When you have 250 or more balls available, simply let us know and we will send you out a reusable courier sacks(s).

 

Once you let us know that the sack has been packed, we will arrange for the courier to call and collect.

 

We will make a bank transfer for you one the balls have been received and sorted.

 

Recycaball is a not for profit company ( registration No 10578934 ) , has been running since 2010 and is now recycling with over 1,700 clubs and coaches throughout in the UK.

 

Email -   neil@recycaball.com      web - www.recycaball.com

 

 

Once tennis balls have lost their pressure, they are no longer suitable for tennis and are usually just thrown away, typically ending up in landfill sites. Since 2010 we have been offering a much better solution, as we recycle these used tennis balls, giving them a new lease of life...

 

We have various stages of recycling. The majority of our business consists of the repressurisation of tennis balls. For balls that are not suitable for repressurisation, we recycle in several different ways.

 

We are particularly proud of our charity based recycling. This involves the packaging up of balls to donate to various charities, including Save The Children,  NSPCC, Barnardo's, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, RSPCA, Police Dogs, Guide Dogs, Etc. Etc.

 

We also make regular cash donations to the following charities :

Make A Wish, Cancer Research  UK, The British Heart Foundation,  The Alzheimer's  Society, The National Autistic Society, The Parkinson's Disease Society,

Macmillan  Cancer  Support,  CALM, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, The Stroke Association, ASYTST, NLAAS, Veterans Lifeline,

The Tennis Foundation, Tennis First, & Tennis For Free.

 

Recycaball - Proud  to be helping tennis become a greener and more

 eco-friendly sport, by giving used tennis balls a new lease of life !

 

Recycaball Ltd Is A Not For Profit Company.  Registration Number  10578934




October 2020 Update

 

Hi Everyone,

 

Please find below details regarding our charitable donations, for June to September 2020.

 (the numbers are still lower than normal due to the virus).

 

We Make Donations Of Tennis Balls To The Following Charities / Organisations :

Save The Children, NSPCC, Barnardo's, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, RSPCA, Police Dogs, Guide Dogs, Etc, Etc.

 

This Quarter We Have Donated A Total Of 975 Balls.

 

We Have Also Made Cash Donations To The Following Charities ( again the amounts donated were much lower, due to the virus ) :

Make A Wish, Cancer Research UK, The British Heart Foundation,  The Alzheimer's  Society, The National Autistic Society, The Parkinson's Disease Society, CALM,

Macmillan  Cancer  Support, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, The Stroke Association, ASYTST, NLAAS, Veterans Lifeline,

 The Tennis Foundation, Tennis First, & Tennis For Free.

 

I would like to say a big thank you for your continued support, as without you, these charitable donations would simply not be possible.

 

Kind regards,    Neil.

























Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Used Tennis Balls Wanted


UPDATED 01/07/2020




Below is a photo of the condition of tennis balls that we do not take, ( i.e. weather damaged / very discoloured, Etc ) please do not put any balls in this condition into the sacks.








































































































Recycle Your Used Tennis Balls For ££££’s

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls For 30p Per Ball

1. We Pay 30p Per Ball - You can send in any number of balls. You pay your own postage and use your own packaging ( most people use a cardboard box from the local shop / supermarket ) Please don’t request one of our sacks for this option.

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls For 30p Per Ball

2. We Pay 30p Per Ball – ( Local Collection – We collect the balls from your club )

 

We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls In Batches Of 250 For £62.50 ( 25p per ball )

3. We Pay 25p Per Ball – You send in 250 balls in one of our reusable sacks. We pay £62.50 (25p per ball) and cover all shipping costs.

 

In addition to standard tennis balls, we can also take trainer balls, low pressure / mini balls ( only the dual coloured or coloured balls NOT the standard yellow coloured low pressure / min balls ) Padel balls, Etc.  ( all subject to any of them nor being in any of the conditions we do not take )

So long as the balls are not weather damaged, or are very discoloured, or have damaged / frayed nap, or have been worn down to practically threadbare, then we can take them.

i.e. Balls have been knocked over the fence, into the bushes, onto a roof, Etc, then left out in all weathers, will be weather damaged / will have become discoloured.

i.e. If the balls have been used to death, then the nap will be have become practically threadbare or will have become frayed.

Also, we can not take any balls that have been used on clay courts, as they will have become very discoloured red / brown. (Ball used on artificial clay surfaces should be fine, provided they have not become too discoloured)

If any of the balls are in any of the above conditions, please don't put them into the sack.

 

Also, we can not take the standard yellow coloured low pressure / mini balls. ( the dual coloured and coloured ones are fine, provided they are in good condition )

 

 

If you are not sending the balls yourself, then we have found that the most convenient process is :

 

When you have 250 or more balls available, simply let us know and we will send you out a reusable courier sacks(s).

 

Once you let us know that the sack has been packed, we will arrange for the courier to call and collect.

 

We will make a bank transfer for you one the balls have been received and sorted.

 

Recycaball is a not for profit company ( registration No 10578934 ) , has been running since 2010 and is now recycling with over 1,700 clubs and coaches throughout in the UK.

 

Email -   neil@recycaball.com      web - www.recycaball.com

 

 

Once tennis balls have lost their pressure, they are no longer suitable for tennis and are usually just thrown away, typically ending up in landfill sites. Since 2010 we have been offering a much better solution, as we recycle these used tennis balls, giving them a new lease of life...

 

We have various stages of recycling. The majority of our business consists of the repressurisation of tennis balls. For balls that are not suitable for repressurisation, we recycle in several different ways.

 

We are particularly proud of our charity based recycling. This involves the packaging up of balls to donate to various charities, including Save The Children,  NSPCC, Barnardo's, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, RSPCA, Police Dogs, Guide Dogs, Etc. Etc.

 

We also make regular cash donations to the following charities :

Make A Wish, Cancer Research  UK, The British Heart Foundation,  The Alzheimer's  Society, The National Autistic Society, The Parkinson's Disease Society,

Macmillan  Cancer  Support,  CALM, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, The Stroke Association, ASYTST, NLAAS, Veterans Lifeline,

The Tennis Foundation, Tennis First, & Tennis For Free.

 

Recycaball - Proud  to be helping tennis become a greener and more

 eco-friendly sport, by giving used tennis balls a new lease of life !

 

Recycaball Ltd Is A Not For Profit Company.  Registration Number  10578934





October 2020 Update

 

Hi Everyone,

 

Please find below details regarding our charitable donations, for June to September 2020.

 (the numbers are still lower than normal due to the virus).

 

We Make Donations Of Tennis Balls To The Following Charities / Organisations :

Save The Children, NSPCC, Barnardo's, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, RSPCA, Police Dogs, Guide Dogs, Etc, Etc.

 

This Quarter We Have Donated A Total Of 975 Balls.

 

We Have Also Made Cash Donations To The Following Charities ( again the amounts donated were much lower, due to the virus ) :

Make A Wish, Cancer Research UK, The British Heart Foundation,  The Alzheimer's  Society, The National Autistic Society, The Parkinson's Disease Society, CALM,

Macmillan  Cancer  Support, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, The Stroke Association, ASYTST, NLAAS, Veterans Lifeline,

 The Tennis Foundation, Tennis First, & Tennis For Free.

 

I would like to say a big thank you for your continued support, as without you, these charitable donations would simply not be possible.

 

Kind regards,    Neil.