Michael Caines’ Lympstone Manor steps up to sustainability with a pledge to recycle 100% of hotel’s waste

Scott Andrews, General Manager, Lympstone Manor; Richard Marsh, Director, Coastal Recycling; Michael Caines MBE, Chef Patron, Lympstone Manor and Mihaela Platoh_credit Andrew Butler

Lympstone Manor, the hotel run by acclaimed chef Michael Caines, has made a commitment to recycle or recover 100% of waste across the whole property.

The luxury hotel in Devon, which is home to 28 bedrooms and a fine dining restaurant overseen by Caines, has announced a contract with Coastal Recycling to deliver a recycling solution that will see waste from the kitchens, 28 acres of gardens and offices of the hotel recovered.

Paper, card, glass and plastics along with food waste, cooking oils and green garden waste are all collected from the hotel.

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The Grade-II listed manor house opened as a hotel in April 2017 and was the realisation of a long-term dream of Caines.

The hotel’s recycling solution kicked off as soon as Lympstone Manor opened its doors, with Coastal recycling beginning its service for Lympstone Manor during its transformation, providing skips during the construction process and segregating plastics, metal and rubble.

Michael Caines MBE, says: “We are committed to recycling and respecting the wonderful estuary location we have at Lympstone Manor. Because we value our beautiful natural surroundings and the wild birds of the Exe estuary, recycling is a top priority. Coastal Recycling is delivering a solution that matches our attention to detail and vision.”

Richard Marsh, director, Coastal Recycling says, “We are pleased to be working with Lympstone Manor, an exceptional hotel offering the very highest level of hospitality. We are delivering the ultimate solution for recycling across the hotel and its grounds ensuring we meet the exacting standards set by both organisations.”

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