Landfill costs are rising, hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal costs can be extremely high. We offer different ways to treat waste, with the aim of gaining inert status and saving you money.
The most common way of disposing of contaminated waste from a site was a “dig and dump” approach. Site waste needs classification or it will be treated as hazardous and will be expensive to take to landfill.
Waste excavated from a building site can contain three different classifications and each one carries a different cost to dispose of at a landfill. They are hazardous, non-hazardous and inert. Inert soils are the most cost effective to dispose of.
These present no hazard to the environment and can be re-used on site post excavation. Hazardous and non-hazardous soils/materials are the most expensive to remove as they present a risk to our health or the environment.
We can take this waste, gain the correct classification and treat if necessary.
Using our innovative LockedIn® process, we’re often able to lock any contamination on site, preventing the need for landfill entirely. This presents significant cost savings and reduces landfill consumption.