Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Used Tennis Balls Wanted





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.


Please click on the link below to view our online brochure:























We Buy Your Used Tennis Balls

In Batches Of 100 For £18.00 (18p per ball)
Or
In Batches Of 200 For £40.00 (20p per ball)

We make it easy for you to recycle with us…

Once you have a batch of either 100 or 200 balls ready, simply let us know, and we will send you one of our reusable courier sacks.

Once you let us know that the sack has been packed, we will email you a shipping label and arrange for the courier to call and collect it from you ( we cover all of the shipping costs. )

When we receive the balls, we will make a bank transfer for you.

So long as the balls are not very weather damaged, or are very discoloured, or have damaged nap, we can take them.

Several people have asked for clarification on the above... What we mean is : for instance, balls have been knocked over the fence, or into the bushes, Etc, then left out in all weathers, will be weather damaged, will have become discoloured and / or possibly the nap may have started to fray off the ball... if any of the balls are in this condition, please don't put those balls into the sack.

Also, we can not take any balls that have been used on clay / shale courts. ( Balls used on the artificial clay surfaces are fine )

We can not take any of the non pressurised balls ( i.e. Wilson Trainer, Micro X, Babalot Academy, Etc ) or any of the low pressure mini / junior balls (either coloured or green / yellow).

We are now recycling with over 1,200 clubs and coaches throughout in the UK.

If you would like start recycling your used tennis balls with us, please send us an email and we will be happy to set this up for you, or if you would like more information, please visit our website.

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. For several years now, we have been offering a much better solution, as we recycle these balls, giving used tennis balls a new lease of life…

We have various stages of recycling. Part of our business consists of the repressurisation of tennis balls that have had little use, i.e. from major tennis tournaments, Etc, and for “typical club use” tennis balls, we recycle in several different ways.

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

We also donate balls for, police dogs, armed forces dogs, animal rescue centers & dog
shelters & the RSPCA… because our 4 legged friends like to have great fun too…

We also make 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 Firefighters Charity, The Parkinson’s Disease Society, Macmillan Cancer Support, CALM, Blue Elephant, Help For Heroes, ASYTST, 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 !

1 comment:

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