Company Overview

LondonEnergy Ltd is wholly owned by the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) and is contracted to provide waste management services to its seven North London boroughs.

Roles and responsibilities

LondonEnergy is contracted to manage waste materials and recyclables for the NLWA. In 2016 the company managed 800,000 tonnes of NLWA waste. LondonEnergy is responsible for managing its impact on the environment. Many of its activities (including products and services) have an environmental impact: from steam and electricity generation to water use and odour from the materials received. The company’s activities are regulated by the Environment Agency (EA). All sites operate under Environmental Permit Regulations. As well as a 40-acre site in Edmonton, London, N18 the company operates the Hendon Transfer Station, London NW2, the Hornsey Street Waste Recycling Centre, London N7, seven Household Reuse and Recycling Centres and a Reuse shop on behalf of the NLWA.


Articles of Association

These are maintained by LondonEnergy and are available for inspection, on-site, by advance appointment.

Board Membership

The Board of LondonEnergy Ltd consists of three Executive Directors and five Non Executive Directors. Meeting monthly, they make major decisions about the direction of the company and approve proposals for capital expenditure.

See also How we make decisions.