Industrial Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Management

We have the ability to handle large volumes and deliveries, including the capability to safely store large volumes prior to treatment. We are proficient in assessing and categorising inconsistent waste streams and are experienced in field analysis of waste both in the UK and internationally.
 
Working in collaboration with our partners, Impetus Waste Management, we adopt a broad and flexible approach to the management of each waste, enabling competitive and sustainable solutions to the challenges experienced by our clients. 
 
Our waste soils treatment centre is capable of accepting waste in bags or in bulk. A few examples of waste we can manage for you are shown below. Please contact us to discuss your specific waste stream requirements. The lists are not exhaustive and we will be pleased to discuss your individual requirements further:


Wastes from former or current chemical manufacturing facilities. A few examples of these waste streams would be residues, filter cakes or sludges from the manufacture and supply of pesticides and herbicides, pharmaceuticals, plastics or fine/ base chemicals.

Wastes from the petrochemical industry. A few examples of such waste streams would be oily sludges, tars and solids from tank bottoms, filters, effluent treatment and cooling columns. This list is not exhaustive and we will be pleased to discuss your individual requirements further.

Wastes from demolition sites. An example of such waste streams would be soils or concrete containing dangerous substances.

Wastes from redundant contaminated sites or contaminated areas of live industrial sites. Such waste streams might include soils or concrete containing dangerous substances from spills or leakages. The contaminants would include chlorinated pesticides, organophosphate pesticides, chlorinated solvents and hydrocarbons.

Wastes from treatment plants.