We Provide Cost Effective Liquid Waste Management
If your business is looking for a reliable waste management partner for the safe collection and disposal of liquid waste, you have come to the right place. We work with businesses across the UK, providing a comprehensive waste management and recycling service.
Liquid waste generally consists of waste water from industrial and commercial areas. It can include liquids such as fats, grease, used oil, sludges, cleaning fluids, solvents, inks, dyes, medical waste, surfactants, pesticides and other kinds of liquid by-products that can be hazardous to the environment or harmful to human health.
Liquid waste can be generated by any kind of business or industrial process. They often come from facilities which involve cleaning and washing such as laundries and car washes, restaurants, laboratories, industrial buildings, etc.
Some industries produce non-toxic waste which is not a potential threat to humans or the environment. However, there are industries which produce hazardous liquid waste such as acids, caustics, alcohol, formaldehyde and quarantine waste which can cause a serious problem if they are not disposed of properly.
The Environmental Protection Act has set out strict regulations for businesses that produce liquid waste. Regardless of the kind of liquid waste produced by businesses, they must comply with all regulations regarding the generation, storage, treatment, transportation and disposal of the waste.
Improper management of liquid waste can cause serious problems for the general public and the environment. This is why you must seek the services of professionals when it comes to the storage and disposal of industrial liquid waste safely and in accordance with the laws.
At Utopia Waste, we can help you by conducting an on-site analysis of your waste stream and create an effective plan for the proper removal of waste liquids. We will help you choose the most cost-effective, efficient and environmentally friendly solution that is perfect for your needs.
Types of Liquid Waste
We offer an extensive range of liquid waste management services, nationwide. Types of liquid waste removal we have experience in include the following:
- Food waste interceptors
- Drain clearance
- Flood water removal
- Cesspits and effluent tanks
- Sludge removal
- Sewage water removal
- Hazardous liquid waste removal
Whether your organization generates small volumes of liquid waste or large quantities of liquid waste, we can tailor our services to suit your individual needs and requirements.
We provide efficient and low-cost waste management services that can take care of both hazardous and non-hazardous liquid waste generated by your company.
Liquid Waste Disposal
Liquid waste generated by your business may contain large amounts of salts, metals, chemical compounds or any other kind of toxic elements. So when you opt for liquid waste management processes, you must ensure that you choose the safest and the most suitable means of liquid waste removal. Some of the common techniques that our professionals use when managing liquid waste include:
We can equip your organisation with the right size and type of containers to help you reduce the risk of infiltration and leakage of liquid waste. We will ensure that your liquid waste is collected and disposed of safely and responsibly.
Solidification is a method that makes it easier for liquid waste to be disposed of. In this process, lime dust or sawdust is added to the liquid waste to turn it into solid waste. The technology that is used for this process is environmentally safe and it makes transportation of the waste to the landfill effective and convenient.
Liquid waste can be disposed of using a variety of methods. Some of the most commonly used techniques are:
- Incineration – a common technique used to get rid of hazardous waste with the use of a hearth or fluidised bed furnace. The heat that is produced by the furnace helps eliminate wastes such as oils, chemicals, scrap metals, acids, etc.
- Dewatering – this method generally works with non-hazardous waste where the waste is put into a huge bag to separate the water from the solid waste. Once the solid matter is removed, it is sent to the landfill.
- Sedimentation – this process is similar to dewatering where the solid matter from the liquid waste is separated. In this process, a sediment basin is used to remove the solid contaminants which are then sent to the landfill. The water that remains in the basin is filtered and treated.
Liquid Waste Collection and Removal
If you are having issues trying to get rid of the liquid waste produced by your organisation, you can get in touch with our friendly customer care professionals for free advice and information.
We offer a wide range of waste management and disposal services that can be tailored to suit your specific needs.
Due to the nature of certain types of liquid wastes, they must be handled, stored, transported and disposed of in a safe and compliant manner.
We can help your business choose a suitable liquid waste management scheme and ensure that your waste disposal and removal requirements are met accordingly.
To arrange a free quote, or for advice on how we can help you manage liquid waste, contact us today using our online quote form.