Information for waste sites, including details of the landfill allowance scheme and statutory recycling details for local authorities.
Find information on what to do with dumped rubbish on public and private land and what is being done to tackle fly-tipping in Wales.
End of waste
Waste is subject to various legislative controls, but in certain circumstances we consider if the material has ceased to be a waste, these controls will no longer apply.
Separate collection requirement for waste
Since 1 January 2015 waste paper, plastic, metal and glass must be collected separately.
Material Facilities Regulatory Guidance
Guidance to waste facility operators on assessment, notification, sampling, data recording and reporting.
New Wales operator waste return and deadlines for returns
Operators with an environmental permit have to complete waste returns to tell Natural Resources Wales about the waste they have received or removed from their site.
How to classify and assess waste
As part of your waste duty of care you must classify the waste your business produces:
Moving Hazardous Waste
When hazardous waste is moved to or from any location in Wales it needs to be accompanied by a hazardous waste consignment note.
Find details of permitted waste sites
Businesses in Wales that use, recycle, treat, store or dispose of waste need a permit from Natural Resources Wales to legally operate.