HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

Complete hazardous waste analysis, collection and disposal services from Flame UK

About Our Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

Our own chemists play an integral role in our chemical and special waste disposal services. We manage all types of hazardous and dangerous waste, ensuring that your staff are safe at work.

Awareness of the industry means that we know things can get complicated when dealing with hazardous waste, which is why we have developed complex waste management solutions that can be tailored to your business.

We pride ourselves on being waste problem solvers and can effectively manage drummed waste, pumped waste, chemicals and acids. We operate as a single point of contact for a plethora of businesses and with UK nationwide coverage; you can rely on us regardless of your location. When it comes to managing hazardous and dangerous waste, trust the UK’s only 5-star waste management services.

Why Choose Our Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

Our team of solution focussed professionals are what set us apart from other waste management companies. Employing innovative techniques means that our team are able to handle all kinds of hazardous waste and direct disposal routes ensures an efficient service for you every time. We know that dealing with hazardous and dangerous waste is something that needs to be carried out with the utmost care and that in most cases, you’ll want to be kept informed throughout the process, which is why we always provide reporting and management information. For a cost effective, efficient service rely on FlameUK to always deliver.

What our customers say about us.

“Flame UK simplified Hazardous Waste for us. Their assessment of our waste and the way they sourced alternatives for us reduced our costs by as much as 60%, we found new ways to handle our waste from production to disposal. After years of ‘this is how we have always done it’ Flame UK gave us a different approach that no one had ever discussed with us.”

– PF – Environmental Manager for Large UK manufacturer
Approaching complex waste in a new way to deliver hard hitting savings.

Hazardous Waste Disposal FAQ’s

  • Can you handle hazardous waste efficiently?

    Chemicals, Solvents, Liquids and Drummed waste can most certainly be managed to be more efficiently, from dedicated transport that’s focussed on making collections work more cost-effectively to on-site storage and operate to keep disposal costs down efficiency is something that will deliver solid benefits across your hazardous waste streams.

  • How can waste equipment help contain my costs?

    Waste equipment coming in many different forms, from simple wheelie bin Presses that will reduce the number of wheelie bin collections by around 2 thirds to various different balers that can turn your waste into a sellable item or even a larger waste compactor for crushing high volumes of waste into large roll on off containers all these products are designed with efficiency and cost containment in mind.

  • Can I recycle more of my waste?

    Absolutly, in 9 out of 10 cases we can recycle more of your businesses waste. Our team work tirelessly to identify items that can be recycled, even creating new revenue streams for your business.

  • What are the best ways to reduce my waste management costs?

    It all starts with a waste audit and a waste map! Our pragmatic and systematic waste mapping process will identify sources of waste creation identifying potentials to reduce overall costs through volume reduction, improved segregation and sorting of waste where possible and creating new income-producing disposal routes. Taking advantage of waste equipment to increase efficiency where feasible.

  • Do you rely on the latest developments and research to influence the way that you deal with hazardous waste?

  • Do you always comply with the relevant health and safety guidelines when you are dealing with hazardous waste?

  • Can you provide me with a waste management plan to make my business more efficient?

  • What kinds of hazardous wastes are you most used to managing?

  • Who is responsible for enforcing guidelines and laws relating to hazardous waste?

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