Reliable, Responsible and Sustainable Waste Management Solutions For Any Industry


Leaders In Environmental Waste Management Solutions

For Skip Hire and Waste Management with fantastic service, cheap prices and outstanding recycling rates NatWaste Ltd is a waste management company that has firmly established itself as the United Kingdom’s leading environmental waste management provider, offering an impressive range of waste management services to the commercial and domestic sectors.

Dedicated Account Manager

We have a nationwide network of transfer stations, recycling centres and tipping facilities at our disposal (no pun intended). We recycle over 92% of all the waste we collect across the UK, so whether it’s household DIY project waste or regular commercial waste, we collect, manage and dispose of it in the most efficient way possible and with the least impact on the environment.

From 4yrd Skips to 40yrd RO/RO's

Regardless of where in the United Kingdom you have your next project, NatWaste Ltd has the experience and capabilities to fulfil your requirements. With access to a vast network of vehicles from wheelie bins to caged lorries wagons and much much more. We provide recycling and disposal solutions to the domestic, shop fitting, construction and specialist sectors of the market including hazardous, bulk liquid, asbestos, chemical, pharmaceutical and contaminated waste. The waste management industry has undergone many changes over the years, however NatWaste Ltd is at the forefront of adapting and extending our capabilities to meet the ever changing legislation. For more information on our services please contact NatWaste on 0845 415 4152.

Key Services

NatWaste Ltd offer fast, efficient and cost effective solutions for the safe collection and disposal of waste throughout the United Kingdom. We offer a wide and specialist range of services allied to the waste industry.

  • Over 3,000 waste skips in service for maximum availability
  • All skip sizes from 4yrd to 40yd
  • Next day – same day delivery often available
  • Grab lorries & wait and load service
  • Asbestos & hazardous waste removal service available
  • Road permits arranged
  • Dedicated Account Manager and customer services team on-hand

All Waste Streams Collected

Your go to waste management provider for:

  • General Waste
  • WEEE Waste
  • Asbestos
  • Wood
  • Inert
  • Paper
  • Metal
  • Plastic
  • Plasterboard
  • Green Waste

ISO 9001, 14001 & 18001 Certification

Continually striving to the be the best and after months of assessment we are pleased to announce that NatWaste have achieved three ISO certifications. ISO 9001 certifies that NatWaste adheres to international quality management systems. ISO 14001 confirms that we mitigate and management our impact on the environment - whilst ISO 45001 certification verifies that NatWaste provides a safe and healthy workplace for its employees. 

Latest Blog Feed

The Need For Transparent Waste Data

In the technology era that we find ourselves in – it has never been easier to share data and information almost instantly. Experts from within the waste and recycling industry, have said that the UK needs to adopt a better approach to collect, collate and translate waste data and recycling information if we are to move […]

EA Hazardous Waste Site Registration Changes

Does your site produce hazardous waste? New changes coming into effect from April 1st could affect you. You can read about the changes being introduced by the Environment Agency by clicking here. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0845 415 4152 or by emailing


Waste Segregation: On-Site Vs Off-Site

Discussing the pros and cons of on-site segregation versus off-site segregation We all know just how important it is to ensure that as much waste as possible is diverted away from landfill via alternatives routes such as recycling, but can this be achieved better on-site or off-site? The discussion rumbles on… It has been identified […]

Minimise Your Landfill Tax Costs

Introduced in 1996, Landfill Tax  was seen as the key mechanism to help help the UK meet its targets set out in the Landfill Directive.The construction industry alone is responsible for 109 million tonnes of waste, it is estimated that 36 million tonnes of this waste is sent to landfill (around 32%). To try and accelerate […]