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Hazardous Waste

Hazardous Household Waste

As a result of the landfill directive, any special waste emanating from a household has been banned from non-hazardous landfill sites from July 2004.

Various products routinely used in the home are described as ‘hazardous' for the purpose of disposal. Examples include garden chemicals that include pesticides, oil based paints, household cleaning products, lawn treatments and car anti freeze. Hazardous waste can not be disposed of with ‘normal' household waste. Disposal of hazardous household waste requires specialist help and advice.

You can bring small quantities of this hazardous material for recycling, reuse or safe disposal at any of our 6 Civic Amenity and Recycling Centres. This type of waste will only be accepted in their original clearly marked, sealed containers.

Drums of 25 litres and above are not considered to be household waste.

We currently do not accept asbestos.

Alternatively, you can arrange for your own disposal of asbestos by using the following options:

 

Greenacres Skip Hire Ltd

Celtic Link Business Park

Scleddau

Fishguard

SA65 9RE

01348 811444

 



Cwm Environmental, that are located in Carmarthenshire will accept small or large quantities of asbestos waste from members of the public living within Pembrokeshire, however, there is a charge. Members of the public must telephone Cwm Environmental (01267 275536) to arrange disposal.

Asbestos from commercial undertakings is accepted at the landfill site, they are required to phone Cwm Environmental for the charges for disposing of this waste. The relevant consignment paperwork must also be raised and produced by the business for the movement of this material as required by the Environmental Agency for this waste being landfilled.

 

 

The Yellow Pages: You could look in the yellow pages and arrange for a collection yourselves, simply look under Waste Disposal. However, you should make sure that the contractor you choose is a registered waste carrier and licensed to deal with asbestos/hazardous waste. If you are unsure about this you can contact Natural Resource Wales, who can help with details of registered carriers. Asbestos should not be transported unless by a registered carrier.

Natural Resources Wales:

General Enquiries: 0300 065 3000 (Monday to Friday, 8:00am - 6:00pm)
Incident hotline: 0800 807 060 (Freephone* 24 Hour)
Email: enquiries@naturalresourceswales.gov.uk 
Website: http://naturalresourceswales.gov.uk/

Please telephone the Contact Centre for more details: 01437 764551

E-mail: wastemanagement@pembrokeshire.gov.uk   

ID: 413, revised 15/06/2021