Our Waste Services team supports local authorities and other organisations to manage waste better. 

We work with local authorities, waste contractors, housing providers, schools and other organisations to help adults and children reduce, reuse and recycle their waste. We do this through community engagement programmes, education programmes, marketing communications, consultancy work, staff provision and staff training. We also offer services to monitor and evaluate the impact of waste and recycling schemes and initiatives.

Following the merger of Keep Britain Tidy with fellow environmental charity Waste Watch, we have 30 years of experience of working with people and organisations to manage waste better. Since 2008 alone we have worked with over 100 clients and partners across England and Wales including over 80 local authorities and waste partnerships, WRAP and a range of waste contractors, and have successfully delivered over £8.5M worth of contracts.     

Our projects are managed to the highest standards by an expert team of Project Managers who share over 35 years of experience in waste, recycling and related fields. 

Our on-the-ground community engagement and monitoring and evaluation activities are delivered by a team of high calibre and fully trained field staff, many of whom go on to successful careers in the environmental sector. We are proud to be a Living Wage Employer meaning we pay at least £8.45 per hour or £9.75 per hour in London. Check out ourcurrent vacancies. We also have volunteering opportunitiesfor people passionate about helping others to reduce their waste in Cheshire.

Our Waste Services team has been nominated for Team of the Year (Public/Third Sector) at the National Recycling Awards 2017.


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photoDr. Anna Scott (MCIWM)
Waste Services Manager



Keep Britain Tidy shines in the Resource Hot 100

Keep Britain Tidy’s growing influence in the waste and resource field is recognised.    07 March 2017

Swish and style

As the fashion world changes, Keep Britain Tidy are working with the North London Waste Authority to get people swishing.   10 February 2017

As UK recycling rates drop – we demand action

 Recycling of waste collected from households across the UK has fallen for the first time since records began   16 December 2016

Research into behaviour that leads to contaminati...

Research into recycling behaviour in Newham   15 September 2016

We help Surrey increase food waste recycling by 21%

Project with Surrey Waste Partnership increases food waste recycling by 21%   14 September 2016

North London residents Waste Less, Lunch Free

Keep Britain Tidy to run campaign events in north London   07 September 2016