Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority

The Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) are the public body responsible for dealing with household waste once it’s been collected from your home.

Using the latest technologies the MRWA aim to make sure as much waste as possible is sustainably managed. Their new 'Energy from Waste' facility at Wilton in Teeside will divert from landfill over 92% of Merseyside’s non-recycled waste – and in the process save more than £100m in current landfill disposal costs.

The MRWA work to persuade people to use less in the first place and, through their 14 Household Waste Recycling Centres, to recycle as much as they can. Together with their District Council partners they are making steady progress. Last year, 41% of Merseyside’s household waste was re-used, recycled and composted. You can read more about their Sustainability, Accountability and Deliverability on the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority website.

Financial Summary






Gross Expenditure 55,001 74,404
Landfill Tax
20,591 0
Total Net Expenditure 75,592 74,404
Contribution to reserves 0 0
Total requirement 75,592 74,404
Use of Reserves (10,001) 8,813
Levy 65,591 65,591
Levy per head £47.15 £46.91

The Levy for Sefton Council for 2017-18 will be £12,661,306.

For more information contact:

Merseyside Recycling & Waste Authority
7th Floor,
No.1 Mann Island,
L3 1BP

Tel: 0151 255 1444

Fax: 0151 227 1848

Last Updated on 04 January 2018

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