About NWE Waste Services Ltd Waste Experts in Manchester

About NWE Waste Services a trusted hazardous waste disposal partner for Councils, Universities & Businesses

All Sites Are Licensed

Licensed to receive a vast array of waste streams.

About our team of waste experts in Manchester. We’re here to help…


About Hazardous Waste Disposal Solutions in Manchester

NWE Waste Services Ltd are based in the North West of England – Licensed hazardous waste disposal specialists.

Wide range of disposal options

We offer a wide range of disposal and recycling options to many industries and institutions across Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and the North West of England.

15+ years experience in waste services

With 15+ years experience and an ever-growing commercial customer base in hazardous waste collection and disposal, you’re sure to receive a brilliant service from our experienced team at competitive prices.

nwe & environmental considerations

Here at NWE Waste Services Ltd we take our responsibility to the environment very seriously, putting environmental considerations at the forefront of everything we do.

NWE SUSTAINABILITY FOR future generations

With a starting point of landfill avoidance and recycling possibilities, coupled with new cost-effective processing technologies now available, NWE are able to play a part in caring for the environment both locally and globally for future generations to benefit from. This is a big part of how NWE are trying to increase their sustainability.


We believe environmental considerations an essential part of every job we undertake and remains the leading thought for all personnel within the company. EPA, whom introduced and developed the hazardous waste recycling regulations, promote the importance to reclaim and reuse any useful materials in a professional manner, safe for human health that’s also environmentally friendly.

cost-effective & sustainable disposal options

NWE has the experience and know how to identify the most cost effective…and more importantly…the most sustainable disposal option for your waste streams. All communications will provide enough detail to ensure you’re fully aware of all costs, disposal routes and timeframes.


Inorganic acid waste, including hydrochloric, sulphuric and phosphoric acids are bulked and forwarded for treatment at a purpose-built treatment facility.
Alkali wastes are also bulked and forwarded for neutralisation.


Laboratory chemicals from schools, colleges, universities, & other industries are largely disposed of via recovery, recycling and incineration. A cataloguing service is available for larger clients whereby a chemist visits site to accurately list waste.


We can recover solvent from many solvent based waste streams. Contaminants can be removed through a distillation process reducing the need to manufacture virgin solvents.


We facilitate recycling & disposal of paint, aerosols, pesticide waste, pharmaceutical waste, electronic & electrical equipment (WEEE), redundant cleaning materials, contaminated packaging waste, surfactants, batteries, oils & lubricants.

Industrial Waste Tank

Industrial Waste

Hazardous Waste


Bulk Waste

Waste Management

Frequently asked questions

From your initial phone call or online enquiry you will deal with the same person from start to finish, walking you through everything you need to do.

Identify the waste that you have and catalogue it, making sure to collate material safety data sheets where possible.  We provide a listing and packing service where you’re either unable to do it, or it requires specialist packing.

Once in receipt of a list we aim to provide a quotation within 24 to 48 hours; collections can be made in 5 working days from receipt of a purchase order.

Ensure the waste is safely stored in an easily accessible area: Ask a Question

NWE will generate the consignment note and labels on your behalf, plus organise suitable transport for the size of load.

All of our sites are Licenced by the Environment Agency, being audited by them on a regular basis.

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