Liquid Waste Disposal
Effective Liquid Waste Disposal has never been more important and with harsh penalties for in-correct disposal methods it pays to rely on the experts for your waste disposal.
As one of the UK’s Leading Liquid Waste Management companies, we offer a Nationwide collection service from our fully licensed liquid waste treatment plant.
From one off collections, to regular pickups we can offer you the complete liquid waste removal service and are fully licensed with the Environment Agency to offer you complete peace of mind.
We operate our own wide range of waste collection vehicles and have no minimum quantity to qualify for a collection.
Many flammable liquids we collect are reused as secondary fuels for incinerators, whilst other chemicals are treated using the latest physico – chemical techniques, where by liquid wastes are actually blended together to neutralise each others hazardous properties.
The range of liquid waste we can handle are vast and all of our staff are fully trained in handling hazardous liquid waste to ensure your collection is carried out with minimum fuss.
At the time of your collection our driver will leave you with all the relevant consignment notes which you should retain as proof of proper disposal.
We have over 50 years experience in Waste Management and liquid waste disposal services and are always on hand to provide advice or answer any questions you might have.
3 of our site staff are certified to TMS4 by WAMITAB, currently the highest and gold standard in Waste Management operations ensuring maximum compliance with our permit at all times.
Liquid Waste Disposal FAQ’s
How long will it be before you can collect?
From the acceptance of our quote, we always aim to have your liquid waste collection completed within 7 working days, but where emergency conditions are present we aim to accommodate even the tightest deadlines.
Will I be given a Chemical Waste Collection Certificate?
All liquid waste collections are carried out in-keeping with the latest legislation and duty of care paperwork. You will be left with a copy at the time of collection, which you should retain as proof of your companies proper liquid waste disposal.