General mixed waste
This includes non-hazardous common everyday commercial rubbish.
Otherwise known as regulated waste that is subject to legislative control in its handling and disposal. Waste types include domestic, commercial and industrial waste that is regulated because of any toxic or hazardous materials.
Scrap metal waste
Scrap metal can include all types of metallic waste, which is graded according to its value. Site Solutions can manage the recycling of all types of metals. If the value of the metal is great enough, Site Solutions are able to provide rebates to customers for the scrap collected. Our accredited sub-contractors have the correct legal permits to handle and recycle this material.
Large volumes of inert waste
Inert wastes include such things as sand, soil and concrete. These wastes are bulky and heavy but, if they are suitable can generally be re-used as a fill material. In order to be classified as inert, a waste must be clean, not mixed with other types of waste, and, if it is a soil, it will require a soil report to show that it is not contaminated. It is generally worth separating larger volumes of inert waste from other waste types as disposal rates are generally lower than for general waste.
The ground, be it soil or some other substrate, can get contaminated in lots of ways. One common way is through a spill of oil or fuel (such as kerosene). Contaminated soil or hardcore can be classified as both hazardous and non-hazardous, but either way, it needs to be disposed of properly and responsibly.