O’Donovan launches hazardous waste service

By Steve Ducker11 January 2023

O’Donovan Waste has successfully added hazardous waste management to its portfolio of services.

O'Donovan Waste Disposal's Alperton Depot in West London, UK. O'Donovan Waste Disposal's Alperton Depot in west London, UK. (Photo: O'Donovan)

The United Kingdom-based company said the new hazardous licence will allow it to handle an array of different hazardous materials such as asbestos sheeting, paints, aerosols and other chemically contaminated wastes.

O’Donovan will deal with the hazardous materials from “cradle to grave” including free site visits, completion of required legal documentation, the provision of instructions for different wastes segregation as well as the transportation and final disposal requirements.

With the new hazardous licence, O’Donovan will also manage the provision of drums, containers, vessels, storage, transportation and the completion certification documenting treatment, recovery and disposal for all hazardous materials managed.

In addition, the company’s Alperton depot in west London will accept hazardous waste from clients, once all pre-acceptance procedures have been adhered to.

“We are really happy to launch this specialist service to our clients,” said operations director Shane Brown.

“It has been a long, hard road to obtain this licence change, but it will be worth all the blood, sweat and tears to finally be able to offer such a service to the industry.

“Our team of experts are well versed in dealing with the huge amount of compliance and legislative requirements that goes hand in hand with being a waste management business.”

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