The South London Waste Partnership is made up of four local councils (Croydon, Kingston, Merton and Sutton) who are working together to provide improved and more cost-effective waste management services to their residents.
The way waste is treated and disposed of has changed beyond recognition in recent years...Read more
The South London Waste Partnership has two key aims:
For generations, local authorities have relied on being able to bury household waste in the ground. This was seen as a simple, cost-effective and hygienic solution to the challenge of managing our waste.
There are two reasons why our reliance on landfill must finally come to an end: Firstly, there are the environmental implications of continuing to send our waste to landfill...Read more
When it comes to recycling, metal is hard to beat. That’s because it’s 100% recyclable - every last bit can be turned into something else. And it’s a cycle that can go on for ever.Find out more
In the future an Energy Recovery Facility could treat up to 215,000 tonnes of the Partnership’s waste, turning it into valuable electricity.