Hazardous waste collection
How to dispose of hazardous waste such as asbestos, chemicals, IT hardware, oils and paints.
- Animal carcasses
Including pets, farm animals and those washed up on the beach.
Dealing with the removal and safe disposal of asbestos from the home and cement-bonded asbestos products.
Chemical waste will often require highly specialised recovery, recycling and disposal.
- Lighting and IT hardware
How to dispose of light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, computers, printers etc.
- Paints and oils
How should I dispose of paint, car oil and cooking oil?
- Scrap vehicles
How to dispose of unwanted cars and other vehicles.
- Septic tanks and cesspools
In rural areas it is not uncommon for properties to be too remote to be connected to the mains drainage system. In these circumstances properties have to rely upon a private drainage system such as a cesspool or septic tank.
- Storage heaters
Some storage heaters contain asbestos, whilst others do not.
We can arrange for the removal and disposal of needles, syringes and other drug related items discarded in your local environment. Please note for all needles and syringes used in the treatment of medical conditions you should contact your doctor or local pharmacy.For needles and syringes used for agricultural purposes please consult your vet or drug supplier for safe disposal options.