Environmental Services Association
Company limited by guarantee
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Buckingham Palace Road, 154
London SW1W 9TR
Mr Jacob Hayler
Mr Jacob Hayler
The Environmental Services Association is the UK's trade association for companies providing waste and secondary resource management and associated environmental services.
Our Members provide essential waste and secondary resources management services to the public and private sectors.
We are working with governments, Parliaments and regulators to bring about a sustainable system of waste management for the UK.
To promote the development of an economically and environmentally sustainable waste and secondary resource management industry for the United Kingdom and European Union.
To help all levels of government in the United Kingdom, European Union and ESA's Members to achieve this vision.
To provide a cost-effective, high quality and relevant service to our Members, to be a valued source of assistance and advice, to enhance the public perception of the industry and to help the industry to continue to raise environmental and other standards.
Towards a circular economy: a zero waste programme for Europe (COM (2014) 397 and 398 final, of 2 July 2014)
ESA is co-hosting a Circular Economy conference in London on 23 June 2015 together with its European association FEAD (European Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services).
Waste and secondary resources
50%: 1 25%: 2
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FEAD is the European Federation representing the European waste management industry. FEAD’s members are national waste management associations covering 20 European countries. They have an approximate 60% share in the household waste market and handle more than 75% of industrial and commercial waste in Europe. Their combined annual turnover is approximately € 54 billion.
FEAD represents about 3000 companies with activities in all forms of waste management. These companies employ over 295000 people who operate around 1800 recycling and sorting centres, 1100 composting sites, 260 waste-to-energy plants and 1100 controlled landfills. They play an important role in the determination of the best environmental option for waste management problems.
04/2013 - 03/2014
25,000 € - 49,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
ESA is a partner in an EU LIFE research project led by the UK Environment Agency. The project is called EQual (Ensuring Quality of waste-derived products to achieve resource efficiency)
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.