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The Right Waste Right Place campaign gives advice to small businesses and establishments on meeting their Duty of Care obligations as practically as possible, to ensure their waste is properly disposed of.
Whetstone Transfer Station
As a mark of respect for the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the site will be closed on Monday 19th September, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
You can take some types of business and commercial waste to the Whetstone Transfer Station. As a trade user you must report to the weighbridge when you arrive.
We do not accept plasterboard at the waste transfer station
We do not accept: Cash Payments
Traders must have the following: Environmental Agency Waste Carriers Licence (Current), PPE (Hi-Viz), Safety Boots etc.
There has been some increase in our prices. This is due to the removal of red diesel (which affects both our waste transfer station and end destinations), high inflation on white diesel, higher vehicle and plant costs and the national insurance rise – in addition to the usual landfill tax increases. We'll keep these under review to ensure they remain both sustainable and cost effective.
There is a minimum charge of £33 (including VAT) for disposing of waste.
If you are disposing waste which weighs a full tonne, you will be charged the rate per tonne for that particular waste.
If the waste weighs less than a tonne you will either pay a proportion of the charge or the minimum charge, whichever is greater.
Charges vary for different types of waste.
Asbestos, explosives and radioactive waste is not accepted.