Tankered trade waste
Our Tankered Trade Waste Team work with waste water collection providers to dispose of industrial waste water in the safe and compliant way. We operate 7 tankered trade waste reception sites across our region treating a wide range of industrial effluents.
Apply for approval
To get approval for you discharge of waste, you'll need to complete an application form.
You can download an application guidance document [PDF] to help you complete the form.
Where you can discharge commercial liquid waste
Tankered domestic waste
As well as trade wastes we also provide disposal services for waste collection providers who serve domestic customers not connected to our sewage network.
We accept disposal of cess pools, septic tanks and chemical toilets at specific sites across our region.
We'll process your application as soon as possible and if successful we will provide you with:
- a registration certificate
- logger access fobs for your vehicle fleet
You will be approved and provided access to discharge domestic waste only.
You can discharge domestic waste collected from:
- septic tanks
- chemical toilets
You can’t discharge any waste derived from commercial or industrial processes or customers.
You must go through a different approval process to discharge commercial waste at our treatment sites.
Only some of our sites are equipped to handle commercial waste.
There is a standing charge of £8.27 that applies to each tanker load discharged.
Price is then calculated based on the strength and cubic metreage of the waste that you need to discharge.
All liquid domestic waste is measured by a logging device that calculates its volume and strength.
Waste strength is based on the amount of non-dissolved solids in the liquid waste.
|Waste strength||Non-dissolved solids (mg/l)||Price (per cubic metre)|
|Weak||2,000 or less||£2.81|
|Standard||2,001 to 6,000||£9.17|
|Strong||6,001 or more||£16.25|
All prices are zero rated for VAT. This means the liquid waste is still VAT-taxable, but the rate of VAT we charge you is 0%, however we still must record that information in our accounts.
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Our regulator Ofwat is changing its regulatory approach for the treatment sludge and Water and Waste Water companies are now able to import and export sludges without boundaries.
Our capacity data is updated daily at 8am and shows how much waste is being processed at each site, as well as how much space we have for more waste at any point over the next 7 days.