Each year more environmental laws are added, which means that reputable companies must spend a great deal of time and money ensuring that they are complying with the multitude of requirements on environmental controls, treatment methods, financial guarantees, training qualifications and permit requirements. Further information is available from waste and recycling legislation and Biffa.
- Dry Waste Recycling and Treatment
- Anaerobic Digestion
- Energy from Waste
- Liquid Waste Transport and Treatment
- Contaminated Land Remediation
- Refrigerator recycling
We all generate waste and someone has to take it away and deal with it.
For companies, that usually means paying a waste contractor to collect it, or paying directly to have it recycled. For household waste, the Local councils have a duty to collect and recycle or dispose of it. All waste treatment and disposal is now carried out by the private sector in the UK, so local authorities award contracts to waste companies to deal with municipal waste in accordance with the local authority requirements.