Disposing of waste from Charities and Not-for-profit organisations
The law says you must dispose of your waste and recycle properly but disposing of waste is expensive. The current charge (2016/17) will remain at £195 per tonne. Click the link for additional information on business waste disposal charges.
If you are a charity or not-for-profit organisation based in West London, you can request we waive our charges.
How can my organisation apply?
Download and complete the application form below and send it back to WLWA. You can also request a form be sent to you by post by contacting WLWA.NFPP04 Permit Application Form (920 downloads)
You can also download, print and fill out a pdf copy and post it back to us if needed NFPP04 Permit Application Form pdf copy (895 downloads)
Before you complete the form, please check the terms and conditions. Remember to also send in proof of your charity or not-for-profit status with your completed form.
- Which sites can we take our rubbish to?
- What type of rubbish can I bring to your sites?
- Do you do anything to help us reduce, re-use or recycle?
- How much rubbish will we be able to bring to the sites?
- How long will it take to find out if we can have a permit?
- What do we have to do when we arrive at the site?
- Do we have to take the permit every time?
- How do we change details on the permit such as adding a different vehicle?
- We’ve lost our permit, how do we get a replacement?
You will only be able to use our waste transfer station on Abbey Road, Brent, NW10.
- Rubble and other hardcore
If you bring any of the above material, you will be charged for disposal.
You will be expected to sort your waste into the containers at the site including separating items for recycling
Over the last year, West London Waste has developed a new programme of work to help reduce the amount thrown away in West London. We want to help residents reduce, reuse and recycle everything they can. There are a number of ways we can work with your organisation, including helping you organise clothes swapping parties, supporting local furniture re-use schemes and putting on bring events. We also give talks, run workshops and have games to help people save up to £60 a month by getting the most from the food they buy. As well as helping you to reduce and re-use, some of these activities are also a great way for your organisation to raise money, to tell local people what you do and help give something more to your community.
We will contact you to discuss how we can work with your organisation.
How long will it take to find out if we can have a permit?
We will try to get a response to you within 5 working days of receiving your application. Make sure you complete your contact details on the form so we can contact you.
What do we have to do when we arrive at the site?
When you arrive at the site, show our staff your permit and say you want to bring in some rubbish. Our staff will take your permit from you and you will be asked to move your vehicle onto the weighbridge for weighing. Then take your items to the public area of the site and put your rubbish in the containers provided. Before you leave return to the weighbridge and weigh your vehicle again. Our staff will complete the details on the back of the permit and will return your permit to you.
We’ve lost our permit, how do we get a replacement?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org. They will organise a replacement and cancel the other permit. Your weight limit will be changed to reflect the amount of rubbish that your organisation has already brought into the site.