Waste Permit Scheme
4. Charity and not-for-profit organisations
Before applying for an e-permit or accessing a Household Recycling Centre, all charities need to contact the Environment Agency (EA). They must complete a WMC2 form to gain a waste carrier licence (or exemption).
Charity/charities also includes other voluntary/non-registered/not-for-profit organisations such as Churches, Youth Clubs and Town & Parish Councils.
You can view registration requirements online (via gov.uk) or by calling 08708 506 506. This will enable the EA to decide if it is appropriate to issue an exemption certificate. Once these details have been verified, please request a waste permit, providing this information.
Charity permits will only be issued to addresses in Buckinghamshire. Changes of address will require re-registration. Charities must show their waste carriers licence or exemption (as applicable) when disposing of waste at BCC HRCs.
Charities can only use the General Household and Recyclable e-permits and their restrictions.
List of items charities cannot dispose of:
- hazardous waste (e.g. air conditioning units, lead acid (vehicle) batteries)
- commercial fridges/freezers
- computer monitors
- fluorescent tube lights
- gas bottles
- TVs and tyres
Charities are permitted to visit our recycling centres Monday to Friday only.
Last updated: 31 January 2019