All hazardous waste must be taken to designated disposal locations to be disposed of. These sites are not always near to the site at which they are produced and collected, so we will also take into account the best and most efficient way to transport them to the appropriate site, making absolutely sure that your “duty of care” is fulfilled.
Identifying, collecting, treating and disposing of your hazardous waste can be a quick, easy and above all a safe process with C&M. We will also make sure that you are compliant with current legislation and that we are protecting the environment at every step of the process.
Our first step, when necessary, is to visit your site with one of our highly qualified chemical waste experts who will then sample and identify your waste, which will then be separated and packaged up ready to be transported.
Our highly experienced chemists have the full support of trained Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers (DGSA), who will help us work out a fully compliant solution to manage your specific requirements.
C&M are able to take advantage of an extensive fleet of purpose-built waste collection vehicles to ensure that your hazardous waste is transported and dealt with in line with all of the latest regulations and legislation.
We also have an emergency response service that means we can always minimise the impact of unforeseen incidents such as vehicle leaks, chemical spills or contamination.
At C&M, we are able to take care of all kinds of hazardous waste material right across the UK, utilising specialist equipment that collects your waste safely and efficiently, then transports it in the most environmentally friendly way possible, to where it is eventually reprocessed, recycled or treated.
We work closely with a large number of specialist companies to ensure we can provide an exhaustive range of hazardous waste collections as part of our commitment to providing a one-stop shop for all of your waste management needs.
The list of hazardous materials we manage includes but is in no way limited to the following:
- Fluorescent tubes
- Automotive chemicals
such as brake fluid and anti-freeze
- Drummed waste
- Lead acid batteries
- Gas cylinders
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