Third Party Tipping
Diverting 100% of your waste from landfill
CONVENIENT TIPPING SOLUTIONS ACROSS LONDON FOR LICENcED WASTE CARRIERS
Powerday operates six strategically located sites across North, South, East and West London. We have materials recycling facilities in Willesden Junction, Enfield and Canning Town which are supported by waste transfer stations in Brixton, Heathrow and Wimbledon. All these sites welcome tipping of construction, commercial and industrial, and municipal waste by other licensed waste carriers.
Conveniently located and well managed, these high-quality facilities all have fully-manned weighbridges, traffic marshals and quality controls ensuring safety, efficiency and compliance. Competitively priced with extensive capacity, we offer rapid turnaround and real time online access to compliance paperwork.
zero waste to landfill
All waste tipped at our sites is processed at our materials recycling facilities in Willesden Junction, Enfield and Canning Town which combined are licensed to receive around 3.5 million tonnes of waste each year.
At these state-of-the-art facilities, we separate as many recyclables as possible. The remainder of the waste is processed as refuse-derived-fuel and sent to waste-to-energy plants across the UK and Europe. This enables us to deliver 100% diversion from landfill for all non-hazardous waste, meeting the needs of our wide-ranging client base whichever of our locations is used.
24/7 tipping in
Our Willesden Junction MRF is open 24/7. With prior arrangement we can accept your waste at whatever time suits you and your clients’ requirements.
For the opening hours of our other sites and for site addresses, please visit our locations.
We were pleased to have awarded this contract to Powerday. They have delivered their services efficiently and reliably, achieved high recycling rates and 100% recovery, meeting our requirements throughout the project. They have been easy to deal with, reasonable and fair. We have been particularly impressed with their account management and waste reporting capabilities
Dave France, Project Director, Ecoworld Ballymore