Welcome to Nelson Marlborough Waste

The region’s leading Liquid Waste Management company. Keeping our homesbusinesses and public places clean and safe.

Level 3 - Safe Work Plan

NMWaste are committed to keeping their workers and the wider community healthy and safe by preventing the spread of COVID-19. As such we have a responsibility to appropriately meet the health, safety and security requirements of staff and customers and will not continue to operate if we feel we cannot do so. We will follow any relevant guideline put in place by the Ministry of Health and other Government Agencies in the industry. We will encourage a safe and respectful work environment and are dedicated to keeping good communications lines with all parties involved.


We recognize that we must work together to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of everyone in the supply chain. We must do our upmost to protect our staff, the wider community, and New Zealand. We know that we are in this together – this means trusting those we work with will keep us safe and that we will do the same for them.

For more information regarding our Safe Work Plan please visit the Health and Safety page.

Freecall - 0800 725 326 | Email - accounts@nmwaste.co.nz


Operations, Health & Safety and Customer Services are organised simply and efficiently.


We always do the best we can with the resources we have to provide environmentally responsible solutions.


We are part of the local community and genuinely value "person to person" relationships with our customers, business partners and work colleagues.


Nelson Marlborough Waste is the service provider of choice for local businesses, national companies, local authorities and government agencies across Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough.




We service and remove waste liquid and sludge from domestic septic tank systems. Our vehicles are clean and well maintained and our operators are helpful and professional.





A better way to manage liquid waste

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There's a better way of managing liquid waste than piping processed effluent out to sea. Spraying the fully treated liquid throughout pine forest farms not only offers a sustainable disposal option, but improves tree growth rates by up to 25% over time.