Inert Waste

Peter Bennie operate a number of inert waste sites; these sites are combined with our hardcore recycling operations.

Our primary inert landfill site in Northamptonshire is located at Wood Lane along the Rockingham Road in Kettering. It has been taking and recycling inert material for over 30 years.

We are able to take & collect material meeting WAC (Waste Acceptance Criteria) from customers sites, and segregate material between recyclable and waste for landfill. Recycled products are processed using the WRAP protocol ensuring quality and consistency.

Inert Landfill services:

  • WAC material collection
  • Inert Landfill tip
  • Recycled materials meeting SHW specification


Waste types accepted:

  • Concrete
  • Bricks
  • Tiles and Ceramics
  • Hardcore – Mixture of the above (Concrete, bricks, tiles, ceramics,)
  • Soil and Stones
  • Cake off wash plants


Material collected subject to meeting WAC (Waste Acceptance Criteria) from customers sites and are received and inspected on reception into the operation. Loads containing recyclable materials are segregated. Reprocessing then ensures that only unusable waste material goes to the landfill tip. The recyclable materials are then processed to make new construction products.

Recycled materials are provided with or without certification and a number of products meet SHW (Specification for Highways Work) criteria. Products are tested by an independent accredited material testing house. Certification can be provided on request.

Recycled products are processed using the WRAP protocol ensuring quality and consistency.

WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme)

WRAP is a government funded initiative put in place to drive recycling, reuse and recovery of waste materials including construction waste. The above protocol is a specification designed to improve quality and traceability and to give accreditation to those who work to this protocol.

We are the leading producer able to provide a wide range of products which are approved to the WRAP protocol and to SHW certification in our area. In addition to this we are now able to process suitable materials on site to the WRAP protocol via our Contract Crushing division.

Many government funded projects in particular will have a requirement for high content recycled materials and that such are produced using the protocol. The big retailers have signed up and the momentum is building. If you do find you have a requirement or if you want the comfort of knowing that the recycled materials that you are buying meet an acceptable specification then we will be happy to help.

For more information on our range of recycled products and our disposal services please use the Get in touch feature.

To tip inert material at our sites you need to be an account holder. Please contact us to apply for an account.

Wood Lane Inert Landfill  

Rockingham Road A6003
NN14 1QG