Our Warrington office sits at the heart of the North West’s Chemical and Petrochemical industry. It’s therefore no surprise we have always had a significant footprint in this sector. Since we started work in the early 1990s, we have worked on sites as far north as the Firth of Forth in Scotland, Falmouth in Cornwall, Plymouth in Devon and several sites on the Tees and Humber Estuary. We have also worked on inland sites in Wales, Shropshire, Manchester and Yorkshire.

Most of our work in this sector concerns sites that are COMAH and involve either being part of a HAZOP team or leading audits of sites to ensure the best possible compliance with the CIRIA publication on containment systems. Although over 200 pages long, we also specialise in higher levels of risk assessment on containment management and also developing sites for Major Accident Prevention Planning. We also utilise these same skill sets and guidance for regulated sites that are too small to be formal COMAH sites but want or need to adapt and operate to the highest standards.

Related projects to Petrochemicals

An old pottery factory in Stoke was a long-abandoned site that had been used for the production of ceramics for many decades.

Peak were appointed by a loss assessor after a fire that started in the garage of a residential property spread to an oil tank used by the local Methodist Church.

The client who produces several well known UK and International Brands in the food and drink sector has a turnover of circa £400 Million and was accused of discharging trade effluent to a sewer that was out of consent.

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