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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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The 4kg limit recharges BatteryBack

The 4kg weight limit for portable batteries, introduced by the Government last January, is having a marked impact on battery producers and battery recycling generally. After over two years of deliberation, the Government introduced a weight limit of 4kg for all types of portable batteries, including sealed lead acid batteries. This limit came into force…

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Lower material values hit councils

The reduction seen over the past few years in the values of commodities is having an impact on local authority contracts for recycling. According to the WRAP charity, which is part-funded by the government, its latest survey of costs finds that companies operating plants to sort recyclables, known as materials recycling facilities (MRF) – have…

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European study looks at residual waste

The Bristol-based waste consultancy Eunomia has predicted that Northern Europe will have around 14 million tonnes of surplus residual waste treatment capacity by 2030 – if all of the energy recovery facilities currently in development come online. The prediction comes in the tenth edition of the firm’s ‘Residual Waste Infrastructure Review’ published in May which…

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