WastePlan helps hospitals dispose of their domestic waste

Consider composting or worm farming

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Green or alternative energy sources are viable for greening our lifestyles

Did you know that Cape Town sends over 7 000 tons of waste to landfill every day?

WastePlan gives back to communities by organizing community cleanup days.

Recyclable material doesn't have to be just rubbish

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WastePlan provides on-site waste management services to over 70 hotels

Did you know that over 80% of the waste your office generates can be recycled?

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Just want to pop this off to say thank you for a great initiative! We live in Garscom, Pretoria and you have made it possible (and easy) for us to recycle.We truly appreciate your hard work and hope that your operation will continue to expand and flourish.Warm regards, The Siefert household


As a waste management and recycling company we feel it is necessary for us not only to be a member of the most prominent waste industry organisations, but also to play a leading role in these organisations. WastePlan committed itself from the start to providing good service to our customers as well as safe-guarding the environment for ourselves and future generations.

Below you'll find a list of the organisations we are involved in and the associated membership certificates.

Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) Level one contributor

South Africa's policy of black economic empowerment (BEE) is not simply a moral initiative to redress the wrongs of the past. It is a pragmatic growth strategy that aims to realise the country's full economic potential while helping to bring the black majority into the economic mainstream.


City of Cape Town - Waste license

Accreditation as a waste management service provider in terms of the City of Cape Town Integrated Waste Management by-law 2009 (C15/03/09) (as amended 2010) and the policy for the accreditation of service providers of waste management services in Cape Tiwn (C47/10/09).

Cofesa certificate

Cofesa has been one of the largest and most successful Confederations of Employers Organisations in South Africa since 1989.


e-Waste Association of South Africa

The e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA) was established in 2008 to manage the establishment of a sustainable environmentally sound e-waste management system for the country.



National Business Awards finalist

The Annual African Access National Business Awards, in association with the Top Performing Companies publication, is the premier South African business awards. The Awards aim to recognise and honour the top performers of the year in both business and industry, for individuals, companies and government.


National Productivity Awards - Emerging sector winners

Productivity SA is an institution mandated by Government, Labour and Business to enhance productivity in order to contribute to South Africa’s socio-economic development and competitiveness, and to this end, focuses on the following areas as its strategic thrust areas:

  • Enterprise productivity and competitiveness
  • Small and micro enterprise productivity capabilities
  • Public sector efficiency and effectiveness
  • Productivity Information
  • Promotion of Productivity

This is reflected in the range of programmes undertaken, as well as in a unique approach to addressing issues of productivity, by adopting a tripartite approach to productivity enhancement; setting targets regarding equity, efficiency and performance excellence.



Our PETCO membership is a testimony of our concern about the well-being of our planet, involvement in PET plastic packaging, commitment to PET plastic recycling and packaging innovation and our desire to protect and promote PET growth, awareness, recycling and reuse.

South African Association for Food Science and Technology (SAAFoST)

SAAFoST is the Association for Food Scientists, Technologists and other Professionals serving the food and allied industries in South Africa. The organisation provides its members with valuable networking and knowledge-sharing events and publications. SAAFoST promotes education and professionalism as well as an appropriate legislative structure in the industry.

Please note: we are in the process of updating our certificate.



The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa

The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) is a multi-disciplinary non-profit association that is committed to supporting professional waste management practices.


Unashamedly Ethical

Unashamedly Ethical is a campaign promoting ethics, values and clean living. We facilitate the forming of local Unashamedly Ethical communities all over the world. Our founder and chairman is South African businessman Graham Power.


Commercial clients

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