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West London Waste is a statutory waste disposal authority and is responsible for disposing of waste collected by the London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow and Richmond upon Thames.

West London Waste Authority Annual Report 2021

Download our 2021 Annual Report and learn more about the great work that has been happening in our six boroughs over the past year.
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Fixing Factory

Here at the Fixing Factory, we are fixing our relationship with disposable tech. You can give your things a new lease of life. Laptop slowing down?, our talented and creative group of fixers will help you repair your stuff and teach you new skills.
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Repair Directory

Instead of replacing your broken electrical items, get them repaired. Find a local repairer using our directory.
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What we're doing to reduce West London's waste

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Ealing Repair Cafe

Come along with your mending pile and problem mends to our monthly gatherings to get advice and guidance. Our volunteers will be on hand to teach you on how to repair your clothes.
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West London Wastes vision for the future

In line with the JMWMS strategic outcomes, the West London Environment Directors Board established the future vision for West London.

Better transport
Carbon Neutral by 2030
Collaborative models of working
Financial stability
Greening Communities
Increase Recycling
A virtual, single waste authority
Smart City models
How is West London Waste working with you to tackle the climate emergency?

We’re taking a closer look at what we all throw away and finding better ways to use these materials to get more out of them, whether that’s reusing or recycling.

Our 6 west London Boroughs declared a climate emergency in 2019 and now placing a greater focus on the fight against climate change, setting a target of net zero emissions by 2030.

WLWA is working together in partnership with the boroughs and adopted a net-zero emission target.

We’ve been strengthening and widening our support to the Boroughs on sustainability as a whole, not just waste.