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Wellington City Council regulates the collection and transportation of liquid waste to prevent illegal dumping at unauthorised sites.
You can contact these licensed companies to collect and transport liquid waste in Wellington:
If your business is producing liquid waste in larger than domestic quantities, you may need a trade waste consent. Check the information on trade waste consents:
Tips and Trade Waste Consents
The Council issues licences for companies collecting and transporting liquid waste.
To get a licence, you:
The Liquid and Hazardous Wastes Code of Practice was updated in 2012:
Liquid and Hazardous Wastes Code of Practice (2nd Edition) - WasteMINZ
To apply for a licence, call the Council and ask to speak to the Trade Waste Officer.
The Officer will arrange a time to check your control systems including waste types, mixing, volume and disposal to approved sites.
For information on licence fees, see:
Trade Waste - Fees
For more information contact the Trade Waste Officer:
Public HealthC/- Wellington City Council
101 Wakefield Street
PO Box 2199
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