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Hazardous Soil Treatment Facility

The Mick George Group focus attentions on Hazardous Waste treatment and landfill diversion, permitting the ability to convert contaminated materials in to reusable commodities including hazardous soil treatment.

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Hazardous Waste Treatment

While the UK remains a World-leader in the regeneration of industrial land courtesy of its expansive remediation capabilities and technologies, there are still many undesirable challenges associated with converting Brownfield locations.

One of which is the attributed cost and difficulty of managing the almost inevitable presence of Contaminated and Hazardous Waste materials such as Asbestos that arise from construction projects in such settings.

Historically, the majority, if not all waste ascending from construction developments ends up in landfill incurring significant costs for the contractor or developer, consequently resulting in them seeking alternative methods or worse still, unregulated disposal techniques.

Which is why the Mick George Group focus attentions on treatment and landfill diversion; subsequently investing in state-of-the-art Hazardous Segregation Stations and Soil Washing equipment which permit the ability to convert Contaminated materials in to reusable commodities that can be redistributed to market, saving our clients money while improving their environmental contribution.

Hazardous Treatment Facilities

Situated in Mepal, Cambridgeshire, our new Hazardous Segregation facility is capable of processing up to 400,000t of Contaminated Waste materials per annum. Its segregating proficiencies will mean that clients will make significant financial savings.

We can treat a variety of contaminants including soils, oily sludges, pile arisings, railway ballast, treatment plant residue, river and lagoon dredgings, tunnel shaft arisings and de-littered gully and sweeping waste. We can also dispose of SCA (soils containing asbestos) and ACMs (Asbestos Containing Materials)

We have a range of treatment solutions for both on-site and off-site including Bioremediation, Soil Washing, Incineration, Traditional Dig and Dump.

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Landfill Sites

Clients will evidence further monetary and environmental benefits courtesy of the multiple, owned Landfill Sites that the Mick George Group own and are situated adjacent to Treatment facilities, meaning that any transportation of materials required for disposal, can be done with minimal mileage.

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Waste Managment

We have always received a reliable and professional Waste Management service. They help to provide modern, forward-thinking and sustainable Waste Management processes which are vital in our constantly evolving industry. We would highly recommend the Mick George Group to anyone requiring a fully compliant Waste Management service.

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Fletcher Plant

Waste Managment

We have worked with the Mick George Group on a number or projects and always been offered excellent service and competitive pricing. Their customer service team are always on hand to help with any issues and are extremely friendly and easy to deal with. Finally, their state-of-the-art facilities situated throughout the UK mean that all your waste is dealt with in a compliant and ‘eco-friendly’ manner.

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Morgan Sindall

Waste Managment

We find the Mick George Group very easy to deal with, their customer service is always great and their quick turnaround times on exchanges, keeps our sites running smoothly.We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.

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