• Killerton House, Devon

  • Hamilton Tennis Club

  • Woodhouse Washlands, Sheffield

Welcome to the Viridor Credits website

Viridor Credits funds community, heritage and biodiversity projects through the Landfill Communities Fund and Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.

Changes to how Viridor Credits funds Environmental Bodies

From 1 November 2018, Viridor Credits will only fund projects that we will register with Entrust ourselves. Projects already registered will need to be de-registered before you can apply for funding. For more information, click here.

Funding in Wales

From April 2018, the Landfill Communities Fund in Wales becomes the Welsh Disposals Tax Community Scheme, administered by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action. Viridor Credits can no longer accept any new applications for any projects in Wales. If you wish to contact the WCVA for further information about the new scheme please forward any enquiries to environet@wcva.org.uk or cjenkins@wcva.org.uk.

Closing Date

The next closing date for applications is 31 January 2019. Please ensure you submit your application as far in advance of this date as possible. Incomplete applications received close to the deadline will be deferred or declined.

Click HERE for our most up-to-date closing dates for 2018 and beyond.

Fleet Air Arm Museum
Fleet Air Arm Museum

Old play area is now ship-shape

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Get started on your Application

To find out if you are in an eligible area for funding in England please enter your postcode into the search. If you are applying for funding under the following; biodiversity, through Pennon Environmental Fund or in Scotland, please click here

Latest News

December 13 2018
Postcode checker

The postcode checker is not working at the moment.  Please call us on 01823 476476 to check that your project falls within 10 miles of a qualifying landfill site

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December 05 2018
Athelstaneford Parish Church – Organ Restoration

Whilst a small congregation, as is also their wider dispersed community, the Kirk is extremely active and a focus in the life of this rural part of East Lothian.  Their 'Compton Miniatura Organ'…

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