Certified waste material classification services in Bristol & the South West
We will help you correctly identify and classify your site waste materials before they are sent for recycling or disposal. We are certified to deal with both hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams enabling effective segregation advice and method statement plans.
Reliable, fully accredited waste classification services
Let us help you with your non-hazardous and hazardous waste streams. Our fully trained and experienced environmental consultants and geotechnical experts will ensure your waste is dealt with in a safe, cost-effective and responsible manner, while meeting all legal requirements. We keep up to date with the latest waste and aggregate legislation, including WRAP protocol, WM3 and are corporate members of CL:AIRE.
Some of the materials we commonly move are generated through site clearance and earthworks, including:
- Rebar Hardcore and concrete.
- Aggregates (limestone and gravel)
As a waste producer, you have a duty of care to ensure your waste is correctly classified for disposal. This includes identifying whether or not it is ‘hazardous’. This is essential for establishing the correct route for disposal or recycling.
Our experienced team are able to take samples of your soil or other materials and conduct a thorough chemical analysis. Once the material has been classified and the correct paperwork completed, it can be transferred to an appropriate facility using our registered vehicles.
Our two-stage process involves:
Stage One - Identifying whether material is hazardous or non-hazardous.
Stage Two - WAC testing to determine the landfill classification as either inert, non-hazardous or hazardous. When combined with stage one this allows us to accurately classify the material and provide our clients with cost effective disposal options.
We can also advise on your options for reuse of the material, saving costs, labour and reducing any environmental impact.
The right classification will help ensure the health of your on site construction teams, future site users and the environment. It also helps reduce the cost of disposal and the impact on landfill.