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Commercial Waste with the Vale of Glamorgan Council

A low cost, flexible and sustainable service designed to make managing your commercial waste easy.

 

Your commercial waste responsibilities

As a business, you have a legal duty to dispose of waste correctly. This is known as your duty of care. You need to keep your waste safe and use a registered waste carrier to dispose of or recycle it. Your duty of care lasts from the moment the waste is produced to when it is received by your registered waste carrier.

 

You must get a duty of care certificate as proof that you dispose of your waste legally and responsibly. You should keep your duty of care certificate for a minimum of two years.

 

As a registered waste carrier, we provide free duty of care certificates for all our customers. Our low cost, flexible and sustainable commercial waste service is designed to make managing your waste easy.

 

Be the first to hear about our new commercial waste service

We're launching a new commercial waste service to help you meet the latest workplace recycling regulations in Wales. Sign up to find out about the launch of our new service:

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Workplace recycling is changing. Are you ready?

New workplace recycling regulations start from 6 April 2024.

 

From this date, all workplaces will have to separate their waste for recycling in the same way most households do now.

 

Find out more about how workplace recycling is changing in Wales

 

 

Help to prepare for new workplace regulations in Wales

We've put together a list of resources to help you understand and get ready for the new workplace recycling regulations:

 

Featured resource: WRAP Cymru webinars

WRAP Cymru are running a series of sector-specific webinars on the upcoming changes to workplace recycling regulations. These events are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the waste regulations, coupled with a focused exploration of each sector's requirements to prepare for the new law.

 

Register for a WRAP Cymru webinar