What is cess & septic tankered waste?
Businesses have a responsibility under the regulations laid out by the Environment Act to ensure that waste is disposed of in a way that poses no danger to people or the environment.
Cess and septic tankered waste is liquid waste that is received by us from tankers that service areas without a connection to the public sewers. This might include waste from septic tanks, cesspools, or chemical toilets. For waste containing hazardous matter, including acids, alkalines, biodegradable toxic waste and high COD & ammonia streams, our treatment plant at Bran Sands has a permit to handle hazardous waste.
Our tankered waste experts have years of experience in ensuring that all cess and septic waste is responsibly dealt with. Our industry leading sewage treatment facility at Howdon, Tyneside, holds an EA permit stating they can treat cess and septic waste, and do so responsibly and with exemplary eco-friendly credentials. Our experts can advise on your liquid waste disposal methods and help you maintain compliance with your paperwork, waste storage and other legal responsibilities.
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