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An environmental support services company | 24/7 Emergency Response | Serving London and the South of England
24/7 Emergency Response
Serving London and the South of England
hazardous waste collection & disposal

Hazardous Waste Collection & Disposal

From small quantities of domestic waste such as paints and thinners through to bulk or packaged materials, you can rely on us for various types of hazardous waste collection and disposal.

Hazardous waste poses substantial or potential threats to public health and the environment including; chemicals, pesticides, paints, solvents and oils.

We can provide analysis for disposal purposes, packing, labelling, transport and disposal. Helping you manage this highly regulated process for safely dealing with your hazardous waste collection, we will record the whole process for future reference and ensure your waste is transported and treated without harm to the environment and in line with UK regulations to protect your duty of care.

We are fully accredited by the UK Spill Association and a member of Alcumus SafeContractor. All our waste is safely transported for recycling where possible and we always dispose of waste responsibly through licensed treatment facilities.

24/7 Emergency Service for Hazardous Waste Collection

We provide an emergency service with an operator available to take your call 24 hrs a day – every day. Call 0800 171 2204 or 01323 741818 for us to rapidly mobilise a response team for you.

Whether you need a one-off small hazardous waste collection, regular drum consignments or a specialist tanker service, we will work closely with you to help ensure that your legal obligations are met for safe hazardous waste disposal.

Trusted by our Clients

Our client list includes local authorities, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, utility suppliers, airports, marine and rail, industrial manufacturers, as well as homeowners.

Working with the support of the Environment Agency, our trained and experienced operatives removed thousands of gallons of polluted water from the surrounding drainage ditches on an industrial site following a fire at a factory in Sussex.

Early detection of chemical pollutants was a critical factor in determining how we managed the spill to minimise cost for our client.

We will be happy to liaise with insurance companies and arrange the whole process for dealing with the removal of your hazardous waste including collection, packaging, transportation, recycling or disposal.

Contact us at any time of day for advice or help to resolve your hazardous waste collection and disposal issues. Alternatively, you can leave a few details on our contact form and we will come straight back to you with an over-the-phone quote.