New website and members’ area for the ESA

New website and members’ area for the ESA

New website and members’ area for the ESA

New website and members’ area for the ESA

Welcome to the new website of the Environmental Services Association (ESA)

We are very pleased to publish our new-look website today (6th June 2024) and hope that our members, peers and stakeholders find it a useful in-depth reference library for the recycling and waste treatment sector.

Our news section contains the latest ESA news and publications, and we will be formally launching this website next week with the publication of a new market research report from Tolvik, providing an in-depth overview of the recycling and waste treatment sector in the UK.

You can find out more about the ESA’s work programme and campaigns by diving into our work areas using the navigation menu to the right hand side of the website. Additionally, you can subscribe to our new events calendar to ensure you never miss a future industry event.

Our new Members’ Area is built on a Digital Asset Management platform with a powerful search function that will allow ESA Members exclusive access to an archive of ESA and wider industry publications, ESA working group reports and documentation, images and graphic collateral and our weekly Executive Director update – providing the latest industry intelligence and setting out priorities for the coming week.

Journalists can access a comprehensive new Press office and Media Library portal containing editorial imagery, publications and press releases, while our new Campaigns portal provides quick access to the ESA’s communications campaigns and associated collateral.

The new members’ area portal can be accessed from various locations around the website, although members will not be able to access the members area until the formal launch on Friday 14th June. Once launched, all ESA member representatives will be sent an email announcing the website launch and a follow-up email from Brandfolder with details about how to log in to the members’ area.

Once the website is live, the ESA aims to publish training tools to help users get the most from the members’ area – which will grow over time to become an even more useful and definitive source of sectoral intelligence and information for our members.

If you experience any issues using this website or have any feedback, do please drop us an email to

We hope you enjoy using your new ESA website.