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In the UK a local authority waste disposal company (LAWDC)[1] is an arms length waste management operator. These companies were created when the waste management industry was privatised. Some of these companies have now been sold on to larger commercial waste companies and some are still owned by local authorities.

LAWDC Waste Disposal Companies[edit]


Sold on[edit]

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  1. ^ LAWDC Review Jacobs Babtie (2005) Review of Local Authority Waste Disposal Companies and their role in future procurement, report for Defra.