We’ll accept waste from any premises used wholly or mainly for trade or business, or for sport, recreation, education or entertainment. This also includes waste from gardening and building work carried out on a domestic property, if the person carrying out the work is not the homeowner.
Items we accept as trade waste:
Items we don’t accept as trade waste:
Stop at the site office when you arrive, or find a member of site staff. Our site staff will assess your waste, calculate a charge for disposal and take payment before you unload it. You can pay by credit or debit card, but not cash. No refunds will be given once payment has been taken and the waste disposed of.
You’ll pay less if you separate your waste - separated recyclable materials are charged at a lower rate than mixed loads. Unsorted loads, whether they’re made up of recyclable materials or not, will be charged at the unsorted waste price.
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Speak to a member of staff on arrival and they will assess your waste and take payment before you unload your waste.
You will pay less if you separate your waste - separated materials are charged at a lower rate than mixed loads. Payment will need to be paid by debit or credit card.
We calculate prices based on the material and amount of waste you bring. Your load will be assessed by site staff and prices are non-negotiable. As loads will be assessed into 80 litre bag equivalent amounts we recommend that you separate and bag as much of your waste as possible.
An 80 litre bag is the same size as an old sized dustbin. One is available on site for reference.
You must separate plasterboard or we won’t accept it.
These guide prices are based per bag or item and include VAT.
The minimum charge is one 80 litre bag or single item.
Any decision made by our staff about trade waste will be final and prices are non-negotiable.
Prices per 80 litre sack or single item:
Businesses and individuals have a legal duty of care to take all reasonable steps to store and dispose of waste safely.
Part of our legal requirement is to provide businesses with the correct paperwork and site staff will complete a waste transfer note on site for each visit.
You'll be given a copy of the waste transfer note, which proves you have transferred the waste to an authorised waste facility. You should keep this in your files in case you’re asked to produce it by the Environment Agency or local council. You’ll also get a copy of the payment receipt and a record of what you have disposed of.
For more information on 'duty of care', including help on how your business can meet its legal obligations, visit Right Waste Right Place.
If you are a waste carrier, broker or dealer you need to register online with the Environment Agency, or call them on 03708 506 506.
Some district councils provide local businesses with trade waste collection services. The best option for your business will depend on the amount and type of waste you produce at your business premises.
Some waste disposal companies are listed on the Recycle for Norfolk website.
Prices for collection through other contractors can vary, so we suggest that you contact at least three local waste collection companies to compare. Before you employ a contractor to collect your waste, check that they are licensed waste carriers and that they will provide you with waste transfer notes.