About Us

North West Waste Consultants was set up in 2009 by Warren Aspinall, with the view to help local and national companies reduce their landfill and general waste costs, ensuring higher rebates are paid for recyclables and food waste.

We achieve this by diverting as much waste as possible from landfill, therefore massively reducing waste costs as well as being environmentally friendly.

Every waste management program is bespoke to each specific site with the aim that within 12 months to achieve total zero to waste landfill. With landfill prices increasing year by year we are always looking to use new and innovative methods for the disposal of waste in a cost effective and an environmentally friendly manner, with regular, weekly and monthly updates provided.


Why Choose North West Waste?

We ensure that the client is the priority with every job that we take on, which is why we provide a tailored waste management plan in order to fulfill your needs. Our team are willing to provide a customised plan that will make you feel more valued as a customer, as we know that every job is different, and requires a lot of careful consideration. This also helps to give your staff some industry know how for future hazardous waste disposal which includes how to segregate waste correctly. This will help you reduce costs from now on so is well worth considering.

Our recycling themed intentions are to provide zero waste to landfill for every client we deal with, within a 12 month period. We want you as a client to be saving money and helping our environment as soon as possible!

If you are interested in what you have heard so far and want to find out about what else we provide, then you can access the drop down menus at the top of this page. If you have any enquiries please contact us here.




Did You Know. . .


Collecting 2.1 million tonnes of waste per annum


250,000 bin collections per week

BRANDS WE WORK WITH

  • Aandm
  • Andros
  • Bakkavor
  • Baldwin
  • Halewood
  • Kensey
  • Scott
  • Trojan Stripping
  • Wilson Farming
  • World Foods