Your Local waste management provider.
Save Time & Money!
We understand that waste management is not at the top of your agenda whilst running a business or managing a busy household, that’s why we take care of arranging waste removal for businesses and domestic households across Newcastle & Sunderland.
We offer man & van site clearances, wheelie bin collections, skip hire covering all waste types, we believe in offering great value and service.
That’s why there is no hidden fees on any of our services.
We operate on a first name basis, as a small local business we can react quickly and cater to your requirements, no need to use faceless corporate companies, where your business is just another account number and unappreciated.
We would rather have 100 happy customers, than 10,000 unhappy customers. That's one of the differences between TyneWear Waste and the national companies. We focus on the quality of service, not the quantity of services.
Use a local service, speak to a local company. support our local economy.
Frequently Asked Questions.
How can i get in contact with you?
Do i need to buy the bin?
No, of course not! we provide the bin free of charge to you, there is no rental fee either. All our bins are wheeled and lockable.
My bin has gone missing, Help!
Ive forgotten to put the bin out.
Don't worry, we offer bin replacement cover from £1 per week. We will then replace your bin with no additional charges.
What is a Duty Of Care? (Commercial Bins)
It happens! In the event of a missed service, we will contact you with regards to getting a recovery service, we will be back around in no time!
Anyone who produces, imports, keeps, stores, transports, treats or disposes of waste must take all reasonable steps to ensure that waste is managed properly. A Duty of Care is a legal document which any business that produces waste is required to have by law. It serves as proof that the business/owner disposes of (or transfers) their waste legally and responsibly. The document is valid for a period of 1 year
A breach of the duty of care could lead to an unlimited fine if convicted in the Magistrates Court or in the Crown Court.