We undertake this type of WAC or ‘waste testing’ for a number of construction sector and waste sector clients.
In our first case the client ran a small waste transfer station as part of his diversification strategy for his farm.
A metal recycling waste site in Sheffield faced significant challenges in managing their trade effluent discharge, including compliance with regulatory waste permit set by the Environment Agency and Yorkshire Water.
In recent years, UK holidaymakers have shown an increasing preference for staycations, with many choosing caravan parks as their leisure activity.
In 2006, we sized and assisted with an installation of a new sewage treatment at a heritage site to update their foul drainage system.
The primary school in Cumbria became aware of the inadequacy of its existing sewage treatment plant as a result of a visit by their local Environment Agency officer.
With only 21 days until the existing planning consent expired we had to design a conceptual scheme, consult with local landowners and the LPA and then submit a RIBA 3 developed design for approval.
A client of ours acquired land adjacent to a river with the intention of building a warehouse. However, the company proceeded with the construction without obtaining the necessary planning permission from the local council.
Our team of experts is well-versed in waste management permitting processes and can guide you through the necessary steps to obtain the required permits and licenses.