About Our Chemist & Analysis Service

Identifying your hazardous waste from a production facility once you have mixed it and processed many different chemicals can be difficult – luckily our chemist and analysis service will identify how to handle the waste and its best disposal routes.

While often companies take away hazardous waste on a worst case basis, therefore the cost is high; our chemist will evaluate the waste and give the right disposal method and routes, keeping your costs down.

Analysing waste should be done as a compliance method – all waste arriving at a hazardous waste facility should have gone through a pre-acceptance test called a wac test (waste acceptance criteria).

We can offer than and it’s important that your waste goes through the analysis process – analysing waste will give us the ability to send it to exactly the right place, not to a third party who will need to then send it on to another location and this will save you time and money.

We offer national coverage for all of our hazardous waste solutions, get in touch today to find out how we can help you.

Why Choose Our Service

Do you need a professional, timely and cost effective solution that will help you handle all of your hazardous waste requirements?

We can help you with that.

We employ qualified chemists with years of experience that are considered experts in their field and are able to analyse your hazardous waste before suggesting the best possible disposal routes for your business.

Contact us today to find out more – your first point of contact will be one of our dedicated account managers who will be able to talk you through our accredited disposal services.

Service FAQ’s

  • What are the benefits of having wac tests?

    A WAC test ( Waste Acceptance Criteria ) is sometimes key to knowing exactly what your waste is, if you don’t know then it is needed. A WAC test will identify if a disposal route is acceptable for your waste, we match disposal sites with waste to keep complaint and ensure disposal costs are as low as possible.

  • Do I need to help when it comes to identifying my waste?

    You should know what waste your business is creating, sometimes this isn’t always possible, as a producer ultimately the responsibility for that waste sites with you. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are often the best form of help you can provide, if you don’t know our chemists will handle all of the testing and identify your waste for you.

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