Upon the return of our vehicles at our recycling centre, we seperate out all building materials that can be processed and re-used within the building/construction industry. This will involve our crushing and screening the material to ensure that what can be re-used is free of other debris and include such material as:
Following demolition, there will enevitably be a substantial amount of brick and concrete material, which can be re-used at the site as core building material. With developers increasingly more environmentally aware about the need to recycle and re-use where possible, we can provide the necessary crushing equipment which enables all suitable brick and concrete to be crushed, stockpiled and re-used further for the redevelopment. This reduces the need to transport unecessary stock thus being a financially viable and more environmentally friendly option.
We will safely collect and dispose of all waste items large and small, including mixed general waste, Hazardous wastes such as discarded televisions, computer monitors, refrigerators, and cement Bonded Asbestos. We take care of everything including separating recyclable wastes, arranging extra staff for larger clearances and providing the appropriate collection vehicles. We pride ourselves on a professional approach and the highest standard of service at all times.
Waste & Muck Away
If a site is left unattended for any time prior to buildings being demolished and the site to be prepared for new construction, it is invariably the case that any substances and objects that are insitu will have been discarded and are therefore invariably waste, which includes sub-soil, wood, vegetation, bricks, stone, spoil and fly tipped materials. Removal and disposal of all muck away from sites generally means inert material, however, this is not always the case. If in doubt, the soils will have to be tested to ensure that they are not contaminated. If thought or found to be contaminated then we can arrange for the safe and correct disposal of the soil and any other contaminated material.