WasteAid is tackling the global waste crisis to improve people’s health, income and environment
More than 3 billion people don’t have their waste collected or disposed of safely
WasteAid shares waste management and recycling skills and knowledge
By supporting WasteAid you can help bring about lasting change

WasteAid International is a network of independent charities, set up by waste management professionals to deliver practical and low-cost waste services for disadvantaged communities.

Waste management benefits people’s health, environment and local economy.

We are working together to make waste services universally accessible by:

Partnering with local organisations to make real and lasting change

Building the skills of local people so they can make change in their own communities, with their own wastes

Campaigning for waste management to be a priority for governments and funding organisations

  We are actively seeking partners to help deliver more projects and contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Making Waste Work: A Toolkit

Essential information to help you set up community-led waste management systems and small recycling businesses, produced by WasteAid UK with funding from CIWM.

Waste and the Global Goals

Waste management is an essential service, and everyone is entitled to the health, economic and environmental benefits it brings.

WasteAid UK

WasteAid UK is working with partners in The Gambia and Senegal, training people in recycling technologies so they can improve their livelihoods, health and local economy.

WasteAid Australia

WasteAid Australia is developing sustainable waste management projects with discrete Aboriginal communities in New South Wales.

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