Waste Management Consultancy
Through Waste Classification testing, WAC testing and consultancy services for all aspects of the waste management process, our services allow you to save money, improve efficiency through the construction process and comply with regulations. All testing is carried out in a UKAS accredited laboratory with consultancy services carried out by qualified environmental consultants with years of practical waste management experience.Get In Touch Order Online ⟶
Save Money - Our range of waste management services can save you money in two primary ways. Firstly, by assessing the proposed development at a site and, if required, carrying out contamination testing, we can provide recommendations for the re-use of waste and reduce the need for off-site waste disposal. Secondly, by carrying out soil sampling and testing for known contaminants we can potentially classify waste soil as non-hazardous or inert, this will greatly reduce the landfill tax charged on disposal.
Fast & Qualified Service - Turnaround for laboratory testing and reports within days of commencement, with soil testing carried out in a UKAS accredited laboratory, that meets all relevant British Standards, and consultancy services carried out by qualified environmental consultants, with years of practical waste management experience.
Comply With Regulation - Government legislation states that it is the legal responsibility of the waste producer to ensure waste is appropriately managed. It is considered part of your 'Duty of Care'. However, this is not always a simple process and the correct knowledge and credentials are essential in order to make sure you comply with the relevant regulations and avoid potential penalties. Luckily you're not alone, we can work on your behalf to ensure waste management for your site is appropriately and efficiently carried out, saving you time and money in the process.
Sample Test Kit - For waste management projects that require soil waste contamination testing, our soil testing kits can ultilised. This cuts the cost of sending our technician to your site to carry out sampling work and still allows you to benefit from our UKAS accredited laboratory testing and detailed reports. It also allows for a quicker turnaround, as we will dispatch your waste soil testing kit for next working day delivery and can complete testing and the report within 6-8 working days as standard, or 3 working days if you opt for our fast track turnaround.
Management Following The Waste Hierarchy
Prevention - When waste is produced through business activities (e.g. soil waste from digging foundations) it's important to implement the 'Waste Hierarchy'. This sets out the ways businesses should attempt to minimise waste in order of importance and includes prevention, re-use, recycling, recovery and finally, disposal. In order to prevent and reduce the need for off-site waste disposal, we carry out a range of consultancy services and can work in conjunction with your architects, engineers and/ or groundworkers, taking into account your specific requirements and site and logistical constraints.
Re-use - In order to assess the ability to safely re-use waste soil, usually created during the site preparation and excavation stages of a construction project, a combination of consultancy, reporting and physical soil testing is required. This is primarily achieved by carrying out a Phase 1 Preliminary Risk Assessment, to assess the level of risk to future site users from the re-use of waste at the site, and Phase 2 Intrusive Site Investigations, testing soil from the site in a UKAS accredited laboratory and analysing results to quantify the risk to future site users.
Recycling, Recovery & Disposal - Disposal of waste to landfill is generally a last resort and should be avoided where possible. However, for hazardous soil, sometimes landfill disposal is the best or only option available and this can be a complicated and time consuming process that needs to be appropriately managed to avoid unnecessary delays, costs and even penalties for illegal waste disposal. For the disposal of soil waste to landfill, Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) testing may be necessary, AFTER a Waste Classification Test has classified the waste as non-hazardous or hazardous, to tell you which type of landfill the waste will be accepted at (inert, non-hazardous, hazardous).
How we can help - We offer a quick and convenient waste management service, fully tailored to your specific needs.
1. Contact us and let us know your waste management requirements
2. If your requirements are more complex a more formal consultation may be necessary
3. Following initial consultation we can provide an outline proposal detailing how we can help and the costs involved
4. If you're simply looking for more information about our waste management reports or our company then complete the form on our contact page and we will endeavour to respond to your enquiry in a timely manner
Waste Management Consultancy Service Case Study & Review
Following initial contact with the client, a utilities & engineering company, our waste management consultants created a fast, detailed and fully tailored approach to assessing contamination risk and laboratory testing requirements for the client.
The client required a cost effective and fast way of complying with new waste disposal regulations. The answer was to develop a process of, initially, identifying areas on-site with an elevated risk of contaminated soil waste, followed by a supporting on-site survey to collate additional information. With sufficient data, our waste management consultants made a recommendation on the requirement to conduct a Waste Classification Test to, as the name suggests, classify waste as non-hazardous or hazardous for disposal.
This case study highlights our ability to create tailored waste management reports, combining consultancy and contamination testing, such as waste classification & WAC testing, to help our clients comply with regulations, save money and show due diligence.
Many thanks for these updated results and accompanying waste characterisation report, this is a good quality document. I'm happy that this will support the on-going description of this waste stream under the above EWC, and that it validates the continued suitability of the media for non-hazardous disposal at our Trecatti site. - Biffa plc
Meet Our Waste Management Consultants
Consultants - Supervised by our Chief Technical Officer, Louis Turner, our fully comprehensive waste management consultancy, reports and testing, is carried out by highly qualified consultants, combining over 30 years experience in construction waste management with recognised in-depth technical qualifications in identification of contaminated waste and environmental issues.
Management - Our wealth of experience in project management, logistics and waste management consulting allows us to provide an efficient, friendly and high quality waste management service for our clients. As a company, we believe that helping clients achieve their goals while simultaneously protecting the environment is a true "win-win" situation.
Partners - Our experienced, professional and qualified construction and consulting partners further extend the range of environmental and waste management services we're able to provide. Our partners provide our clients with services such as hazardous soil disposal, remediation implementation and excavation and groundwork services.