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We offer a unique Total Waste Management Solution providing industry & commerce a nationwide collection service and a sustainable licensed recycling solution with full traceability for all your waste.

Who we are

Established in 1980, the WasteCare Group offer a unique recycling and waste management service that enables waste producers, from all industrial and sectors, to manage their hazardous and difficult waste, from collection to recovery regardless of the type, volume or location. With 12 regional recycling centres and a fleet of over 150 collection vehicles, we are a national recycling management company that is local to you.

Industries we service

Every business is different and waste is complex, this is why our experienced team works closely with you to understand your unique waste management requirements. We provide specialist advice, understand your challenges, and provide you with a dedicated Account Manager who will handle your waste and recycling needs. Select your industry from the drop down below to get started, and find out how we can help your business.

Waste we recycle

Because we understand your industry we can give specialist advice, we understand your challenges so you only ever need speak to one person for all your waste and recycling needs. Backed by our qualified Technical Team we can provide you with technical advice on site or over the phone. This includes DGSA support, packaging, labelling, storage and handling advice. Select a Waste Type from the drop down below to get started.

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WEEE compliance fee proposals up for consultation

Three proposals to determine how the WEEE compliance fee will be costed in 2015 are currently out for consultation, after having been submitted to the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS). The Department can choose to use the compliance fee under the revised WEEE regulations, which came into effect from January 2014. The regulations…

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Agencies to be given enhanced waste crime powers

New legislation is to be introduced to give the Environment Agency greater powers to tackle waste site operators who have breached the terms of their environmental permits, the government announced last month (October 9). The promise to strengthen powers came in a response to comments gathered by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs…

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SEPA data shows slight fall in operator compliance in 2014

The percentage of site operators in Scotland which met the conditions of their licence in 2014 fell to 88% in 2014, the latest data published by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) shows. SEPA said it was “disappointed” in the 2% drop in the number of operators achieving a rating of ‘excellent’, ‘good’ or ‘broadly…

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