Waste Management services

Waste GAP Analysis

We offer a free Waste Gap Analysis to businesses exploring a partnership. This waste audit helps identify opportunities for improvement, assesses current waste management practices, and provides valuable insights to optimise waste reduction strategies.

Our Waste Management services are seen as a partnership.

Request a Waste GAP Analysis in your region

Understand your waste!

Properly managing and understanding your waste streams, not only saves you money, but ensures that your business is minimising it’s waste to landfill.

Have you ever wondered?


  • Am I earning the highest revenue possible from my recyclable materials?
  • Is my waste disposed of in the most cost-effective manner possible?
  • Has my current waste management service provider considered all available options to reduce my volume of waste to landfill?
  • Does my current waste management system provide the best economic, social, and environmental solution to my needs?
  • Am I fully compliant with existing waste legislation?

If these are the kinds of questions you’re asking yourself, you would benefit from a free waste gap analysis of your current waste system.

What is a waste gap analysis?

Each company has unique waste streams which means that each company has different needs and gaps in their waste management. A (waste) gap analysis is a process we use to review relevant data to determine if there are gaps between your currently adopted waste processes, and your potential, or desired performance levels in terms of your company’s strategic goals.
As part of this analysis, we’ll examine and assess a range of criteria relating to your current waste management practices and identify opportunities for improvement.

How it works:

  • Fill in our detailed questionnaire form so we can get the relevant data that will allow us to understand and assess your current waste management practices.
  • After review of the information provided, we’ll contact you to discuss our findings and the recommended next steps.
  • An in-depth waste audit will be carried out at your site (if required).

Are we a good fit?

Services Perfect Fit Not so much
Need an On-Site recycling team X
Interested in waste removal only X
Interested in achieving a higher waste diversion rate X
Your waste volumes justify the cost of our services X
Best solutions

Let’s work together to reduce waste

Service solutions made with purpose

Our consultation is always in sync with your strategy


Waste Streams

Here is what happens to the waste:

  • Wet Waste/Organic Waste is separated from the Non-Recyclable or contaminated general waste.
  • Organic/Wet waste can be used for Composting.
  • General Waste is removed to a registered landfill site for disposal.
  • Organic Waste
  • Food Waste
  • Liquid Waste

All of the above is used for composting.

Recyclables are sorted per category

  • Cardboard
  • Paper
  • Plastic
  • Tetrapack
  • Glass
  • Steel

Sorted Materials are collected on site and taken to a Material Recycling Facility (MRF) where it is baled. Materials are then sold to recyclers.

Our clients receive a REBATE for all recyclable materials sold from their site.

Hazardous Waste is waste with properties that are harmful on the environment or human health

There are 4 Classes of Hazardous Waste

  1. Explosives
  2. Gases
  3. Flammable Liquids
  4. Flammable
  5. Solids/Substances

Here at WastePlan we collect and recycle some hazardous items like fluorescent tubes.

Other hazardous waste is removed to a registered hazardous waste landfill site and disposal certificates are provided.

2022 National Sustainability Stats

National Recycling rate more than 89%

Litres of water saved
Trees saved
kWh of energy saved
Barrels of oil saved
CO2 emissions saved
m3 Landfill volume saved