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CL:AIRE Register of Materials

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#Ref Submitted date Location Yearly Intake Treatable Material /
Contaminants
Notes
F019 05/01/2020 Brewster Bros., Drumshoreland Road, Livingston, EH53 0LG 500,000T Non-hazardous and inert soil www.brewsterbros.com
F018 05/01/2020 Drumshoreland Road, Livingston, EH53 0LG 500,000T Non-hazardous and inert soil
F017 21/06/2019 EX5 1DR 70,000 tonnes hazardous and non hazardous soils Soil Treatment Faciliy. Permit available on request
F016 16/04/2019 Sheehan Recycled Aggregates Plant, Dix Pit,. Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire OX29 5BB 225,000 tonnes Inert, Non-Hazardous and Hazardous mineral based wastes and road sweepings Site operated under installation permit EPR/FB3430DD. Treatment includes crushing, segregation, screening and soil washing. Materials to be imported must be suitably characterised with clear details of potential contaminants. Strictly no asbestos impacted material or tars. Material generated includes high quality recycled sands, aggregates and general fill.
F015 11/07/2017 Llantrisant, South Wales 1,000,000T Non hazardous soils and aggregates Strict input checks results in a quality output material for all of the subsoil, topsoil and aggregate markets. Recovery rates are 100% across 4 ermitted sites that have high compliance banding. Easy access to South Wales and West of England along the M4 corridor.
F014 06/07/2017 Weston Super Mare, North Somerset 56000 tonnes hazardous; 75000 tonnes non-hazardous Hazardous hydrocarbon (aliphatic and aromatic) impacted soil - oil, diesel, petrol, other fuel. Removal of contaminants (stones, timber, plant tissue etc) from non-hazardous soils. Treatment can achieve 100% reuse thus avoiding disposal and high landfill costs. Suitable for large volumes, with active weighbridge and security. Permitted by the Environment Agency with high compliance ratings.
F013 31/08/2015 Leeds 30,000 te Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
F012 31/08/2015 Ware, Hertfordshire 60,000 te Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
F011 31/08/2015 Meece, Staffordshire 60,000 te Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
F010 31/08/2015 Redhill, Surrey 80,000 te Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
F009 31/07/2015 Wolverhampton 200,000t Hazardous and contaminated non-hazardous soils and other waste materials. Treatment of a broad range of contaminants including hydrocarbons, heavy metals, asbestos and soils contaminated with invasive plant species.
F008 31/08/2014 Cornwall 300,000t Hazardous / Non Hazardous soils and dredging spoil Treatment of a broad range of contaminants including hydrocarbons (petrol, diesel, oils, etc.), heavy metals, asbestos and soils contaminated with invasive plant species. Treatment can achieve 100% reuse thereby avoiding landfill disposal costs.
F007 30/09/2013 Swansea 40,000 to 80,000 t Hazardous and Non-Hazardous soils. Materials described under EWC Codes 11, 17 (including 17 05 03) and 19. Heavy metals.Hydrocarbons – BTEX and fuel to oil range organics. Chlorinated solvents – VOCs and SVOCs. Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). A 30% to 70% saving on the cost of landfill disposal, depending on the nature of the soils and contamination profile. Removal of the landfill tax charge of £72 per tonne (as at April 2013). Significant reduction in haulage costs to hazardous landfills from Wales and the west. Improved sustainability and regeneration through enabling of previous difficult development prospects. Suitability for large volumes from various sources with active weighbridge and security. Inclusive research and development for difficult soils, projects and geo-environments. Industry leading QEHS procedures and standards.
F006 13/06/2013 Peterborough 450,000 t Hazardous/Non-Hazardous soils and dredging waste Annual capacity split between soil washing, bioremediation and stabilisation
F002 31/05/2013 Middlesbrough 450,000 t Hazardous/Non-Hazardous soils and dredging waste Annual capacity split between soil washing, bioremediation and stabilisation