Site Details: Veolia Environmental Services, Empire Works,Stubbers Green Road, Aldridge, UK
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Veolia Environmental Services Limited
Empire Works, Stubbers Green Road, Aldridge, West Midlands, UK
The Aldridge site operates as a Waste Treatment and Transfer Facility and is permitted to accept hazardous and non-hazardous liquid wastes for treatment by neutralisation, settlement and filtration. The site stores hazardous waste for onward transfer, undertakes physio-chemical treatment of liquid waste and filtration of liquid wastes. Solid waste residues from these operations are disposed of to landfill and the liquid effluent is disposed of to trade sewer.
Ancillary operations at the site include associated waste storage, drum shredding/crushing, a road tanker and barrel washout facility, a laboratory and lab smalls area.
Date of Last WFAA Audit
25 June 2013
Next WFAA SeminarThe next WFAA seminars will be held during 19 October 2016 at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce. For further details please contact the WFAA Secretary email@example.com.
27th April 2016 WFAA Seminar
Please click here (password required) for copies of the speaker presentations for 27th April 2016 WFAA Seminar held at Veolia, Cannock.
Right Waste Right Place
Click here to access CIWM web site offering practical advice with meeting your Duty of Care obligations under Section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act 990.
Planned Changes to ISO14001ISO 14001:2004, the internationally accepted standard for the development, implementation and application of an effective environmental management system, is being revised. More information.
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