Offensive Waste

What is offensive waste?
Offensive waste is defined by the Controlled Waste Regulations 2012 as being waste that is unpleasant and may cause offence to the senses. Examples of offensive waste consist of: 

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Nappies and inconitancy pads.
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Protective garments and outer dressing, including plasters.
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Sanitary hygiene
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Trade Waste Collections

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Tiger Bags

We also provide the tiger bags that you need to put your waste in to be fully compliant.

The process is simple: fill your tiger bags, tie them with the secure zip ties, pop them in your lockable container, and we will attend site on the agreed day and remove your waste.

Got extra waste? You can either ring us for an additional container empty, or we can take the full one and exchange for an empty container.

Ready to Get a Quote?

Submit your waste details and we will send you a free quote.

Contact Details

If you have any quetions or need help with anything, feel free to get in touch with our amazing team.


TLM Management
TLM House, Hovefields Avenue, Basildon, Essex, SS13 1EB