You can submit an application for a license or permit by registering on the license's website via the following link: https://licenses.ncwm.sa For more details, please see the user manual.
You can follow up on the status of applications by visiting the website for licenses and permits without the need to attend, you will also receive notifications of requests status on your email registered in the system.
You can send your inquiries via the e-mail of the Department of Licensing and Permits License@mwan.gov.sa , specifying the type of application, whether it is a license or permit, and its number.
You can only submit a license’s or permit request through the license’s website.
Through the evaluation, Proposals and complaints system for the Department of Licensing and Permits at the following link: Click Here
You can contact this email: email@example.com
Currently by sending the check to the center's national address (attached)
You can view all the requirements and conditions for the activities licensed or authorized by the Center on the following link: Click Here
The mechanism of financial compensation is calculated through the following link: Click Here
You will find the activity included in the center's new waste management matrix at the following link: Click Here
Municipal activities will be added to the licensing platform.
November 18, 2021 AD
The regulation shall be effective after being approved by H.E. the Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture.
Yes, there is a specialized committee to look into violations of the provisions of the waste management law and its executive regulations.
Yes, there are financial fines that vary according to the nature and severity of the violation.
Welcome, you can apply for jobs available through the website of the National Center for Waste Management.
Welcome, you can contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can view the waste management law through the website of the National Center for Waste Management.
There is no financial support provided by the center, Because the role of the center is limited to supervision and regulation of the waste management sector.
No, it is not within the jurisdiction of the center.
It does not have an investment arm, but one of the center's tasks is to stimulate investment in the waste management sector.
The producer and importer of products imported, locally manufactured or derived from another material intended for sale or consumption bear legal and financial responsibility for managing, treating, and safely disposing residues and waste throughout their life cycle.