The Authority is responsible for waste disposal on behalf of four London Boroughs: Hammersmith & Fulham, Lambeth, Wandsworth and the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
The Authority which was established in 1986 is an autonomous statutory local government body charged with the duty of managing the safe and cost effective disposal each year of over 600,000 tonnes of waste, generated by some 800,000 residents from its four constituent boroughs. This mammoth task is carried out in an environmentally friendly way using the River Thames as its main method of transport.
Groundwork is the UK's leading environmental regeneration organisation working with local people, local authorities and businesses to promote economic and social change through improvements to the local environment.
Groundwork, through its Regional Trust in London, is the Environmental Body for the scheme and manages the fund with reference to the project partners. Groundwork has a network of independent trusts who as environmental bodies, are able to apply to the fund.
Cory Environmental is one of the UK's leading waste management companies. The Company's tug and barge operation on the Thames transports waste arising in the London Boroughs of Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham, Lambeth and Wandsworth for disposal in Essex, saving upwards of 300 lorry movements through London's congested streets every day.
Cory is committed to supporting environmental projects in the communities in which it operates. The company has contributed to date over £10 million to local community projects through the Landfill Tax Credit Scheme which has brought substantial benefits to both the social and natural environment.
Entrust is the regulator of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF), it's role is to ensure that landfill tax contributors are spent in compliance with the landfill tax regulations. The landfill tax credit scheme was introduced with the landfill tax in October 1996 and enables landfill site operators to donate up to 6.5 per cent of their landfill tax liability to environmental projects in return for a 90 per cent tax credit.
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Western Riverside Environmental Fund
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