Whether you own private land or you’re a local authority, fly tipping can be both an eyesore and hazardous at the same time.
Private land – Farm land can be hampered by waste which has been tipped, damaging land and bringing unwanted pests.
Health hazardous – Waste left to sit can attract vermin, causing disease and distress to residents.
Asbestos can be hidden amongst the fly tipping and our contractors are fully qualified to deal with this and use their specialist partners to remove if required.
The construction industry produces many different types of materials of which can be easily recycled, whether you have general debris waste, concrete, timber, soils, brick and block waste or other builders waste, recycling as much waste as possible is key to providing a cleaner future for the whole country.
Disposing of your construction waste you’ll gain the peace of mind knowing your waste is being legally disposed of and we can provide full documentation and accurate online reporting for. The proper disposal of construction waste is important to prevent fly tipping and to reintroduce precious materials back into manufacturing and construction.
Our contractors are certified by The Environment Agency as Licenced Waste Carriers and fully accredited with CHAS. Waste materials will be removed from site, be recycled or reused where possible to reduce the overall environmental impact with 95% of the waste being recycled so you can be assured that we will always dispose of your waste in the most appropriate and environmentally friendly way.
Our Contracts Manager oversees clearances. A site survey will be carried out before beginning any clearance together with Risk Assessments and Method Statements which are tailored to suit each individual clearance and so that you can be confident of complete safety.Contact Us Now