Case study: Environmental Monitoring
Our specialist Waste management team is a vital support for companies across all sectors, who must meet ever tighter regulation and dwindling options for disposal.
Guaranteeing that clients’ operations remain lawful and ethical, the full end to end service sees scrupulously compliant packaging, labelling and removal of every type of commercial and hazardous waste, quickly and safely.
Working to ISO9001 Quality Assurance and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems, our waste-handling specialists prevent contamination and accident risks for complete peace of mind.
Among the unwelcome consequences avoided are massive fines and clean-up costs, expensive civil claims, ruinous reputational damage, crippling business disruption and downtime, steep insurance premium hikes and even criminal prosecutions for directors and key managers.
Many organisations do not realise that they remain responsible for ensuring their waste is disposed of compliantly, right through to final destruction or recycling, even after it has left their site. Irrespective of the number of parties in the subsequent chain of custody, producers continue to be liable should something go wrong.
This duty of care legislation is there to protect human health and the environment and applies to all ‘waste holders’. Failure to comply is a criminal offence, subject to an unlimited fine.
A waste holder is anyone who imports, produces, carries, keeps, treats, brokers or removes controlled waste in England or Wales. If not disposing of it themselves, they must see to it that it is transferred to an authorised individual or company.
At Adler and Allan, we know the vital importance of responsible waste handling, transportation, storage and destruction or recycling and have the UK’s top team of licensed specialists on standby, with tankers, across 25 regional centres nationwide to ensure your waste is disposed of compliantly.
We have in-house chemists who can help with the identification, handling and disposal of some of the worlds most harmful chemicals.
On call 24/7, our Waste experts can be with you in two hours. In addition to the rapid response, their unparalleled knowledge of the field drives a unique consultancy and advice service that is highly valued by SMEs, larger companies and public sector organisations up and down the country.
They work within a larger group of 600 technical, scientific and engineering consultants, who hold 5,000+ degree level or higher qualifications between them, making it the UK’s largest network of its type. Armed with pioneering equipment and tech, it remains indispensable to the sectors it serves because of an ambitious programme of continuous training, development and upskilling.
Find out how we can meet all your waste management and disposal needs on 0800 592 827 or contact us via the online enquiry form below.
Our wide-ranging services help facilities management companies deliver complete environmental risk reduction and watertight compliance. Crucially, we provide guidance on potential environmental risks and issues, with our highly trained, experienced staff constantly offering informal advice and observations, which can be followed with structured audits and strategies to prevent incidents.
This ‘plan and prevent’ consultancy not only guarantees your clients operate responsibly, but also avoid business disruption and downtime, sky high insurance premiums and the raft of other heavy financial costs and personal liabilities that come with a spill.
Our specialists have the knowledge of relevant industry and legislative rules and regulations that shape the safe running of your site taking the pressure off you in ensuring compliance.
Recent key contracts include a diversity of military installations; all emergency services; a major spill response for a large telecoms provider; and a massive bund lining project across Scotland.
Our accreditations include:
Chemical response teams nationwide provide additional 24/7 emergency cover and all specialists are backed up by a larger stable of 600 technical or engineering experts, with 5,000+ relevant degree level or higher qualifications between them.
This unique resource guarantees consistent, high threshold delivery and insight to every aspect of the only national service for facilities management organisations.
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