Learn more about Waste Disposal in West London
West London spans 111.654 square kilometres contains, areas, post codes and 47 places. a significant size which means the population impacts London overall and needs to adopt more sustainable measures
In the form of waste management waste disposal is a process that manages a range of waste from a range of different activities and is managed through the waste hierarchy; reduce, reuse and recycle.
WLWA (West London Waste Authority) which has been set up between Hillingdon, Brent, Harrow, Ealing, Hounslow and Richmond-upon-Thames to deal with waste more efficiently in West London as well as WRWA (Western Riverside Waste Authority) which has been set up between Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Wandsworth and Lambeth to deal with waste more efficiently in West London along with the waste contractor May Gurney
The waste hierarchy aims to minimize the amount of waste produced which is a worthy challenge in West London. The removal of waste is part of the waste removal process and comes with a range of responsibilities to ensure it is managed properly for waste recycling in West London. Waste collection is very important and is a process that is not perceived as it should be, as a society we look down on it when in actual fact there is nothing that is more closely aligned to the health of our environment as waste clearance and waste management are.
To ensure the perspectives shift waste removal, waste recycling, and waste disposal must be done in a way that is professional and in alignment with certain standards, only then can the industry evolve.
The range of waste types as part of any for of waste disposal include:
• Electronic Waste disposal
• Hazardous Waste disposal
• Confidential Waste collection
• Commercial Waste removal
• Construction Waste removal
• Domestic Waste removal