Waste is one of the most important issues facing the Welsh construction industry. Using more recycled materials and minimising the waste the construction and demolition process is crucial to creating a more sustainable environment. CEW is delivering the Welsh Assembly Government’s waste programme. We are educating, informing, challenging and helping everyone in the built environment supply chain to make sure that 90 per cent or more of the waste generated by the construction and demolition sectors in Wales will be re-used or recycled. Contact us to find out how we can help you cut back on waste, reuse materials and save money.
We are focusing on seven strategy areas to deliver a significant improvement in landfill diversion of wastes generated in the construction and demolition processes.
- Policy Activity
- PAS 402 and the Green Compass Scheme
- Recycled Aggregates for Minor Schemes (RAMS)
- Trade Waste Bring Sites (TWBS)
- Site Waste Management Plans Delivery
- Welsh Housing Quality Standard Guidance and Recommendations
- WRAP Capital Grant Scheme Adjudication
You can call our team for advice and consultation on any of these areas and for general enquiries about waste management and recycling. We run regular events, seminars and workshops and our Demonstration Programme highlights best practice in the minimisation of waste and reuse of materials. Please explore pages in the waste section of the web site for more specific information about our programme and how we can help you.