What is WasteLocate?
If you transport asbestos waste, asbestos soils or waste tyres, you may be required to use EPA’s WasteLocate. WasteLocate tracks each load of asbestos or tyre waste from pick up to disposal using the GPS in your smart device. It generates a unique consignment number just like a parcel in the post. WasteLocate was developed to help prevent illegal dumping of asbestos and tyres.
Do I need to use WasteLocate?
Tracking waste tyres using WasteLocate - 19 September 2023 Update
Tyre consignors, transporters and facilities transporting or receiving waste tyres in NSW weighing more than 200 kilograms or consisting of 20 or more tyres in one load must track and report this waste to the EPA using the IWTS. Existing consignments that are in progress, transit or currently scheduled in WasteLocate should be completed in WasteLocate.
Tracking asbestos waste using WasteLocate Asbestos transporters and facilities receiving asbestos waste in NSW, weighing more than 100 kilograms or consisting of more than 10 square metres of asbestos sheeting in one load, must track and report this waste to the EPA using WasteLocate.
Tracking contaminated soils using WasteLocate People transporting asbestos contaminated soil in NSW, weighing more than 100 kilograms, must track and report this waste to the EPA using WasteLocate.
Tracking household asbestos waste using WasteLocate If you are a householder with over 100 kilograms or 10 square metres of asbestos waste to dispose of, the person transporting the load to the landfill must make a consignment using WasteLocate to report the waste transfer to the EPA. For further information visit Dealing with household asbestos