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Our Soil Analysis Services For Waste Disposal

1. Client to complete below form with basic details of project.

2. Visit site to take soil samples and conduct a comprehensive site investigation report.

3. Carry out soil analysis in a UKAS accredited laboratory to determine whether the soil sample is hazardous or non-hazardous.

4. Work with waste disposal (muck away) company to decide on the type of landfill site to send the waste material to. Landfill sites are classified for one of three types of waste: Inert, Non-Hazardous, Hazardous.

5. WAC Testing is required for hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials depending of which class of landfill you are sending the waste to, this kind of testing is often directly carried out by the waste disposal company. WAC Testing is used to determine how any leachable compounds in the soil will act once buried at a landfill site.

Soil Analysis By UKAS Accredited Laboratory

Our soil analysis laboratory is accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) to ISO17025 and the Environment Agency’s MCERTS (Soils) Performance Standard and our Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) testing is to BS12457.

We offer a wide range of testing, including heavy metals, inorganics and trace organics and specialise in contaminated land and other soils, groundwater, leachate, effluent and wastewater. Our experienced technicians can turnaround soil analysis for waste disposal within days of initial contact.

Soil Analysis For Waste Disposal

Soil analysis is becoming an increasingly important part of any construction project as more stringent regulations coming into force recently have increased the need for proper soil analysis and testing for waste disposal. The recent change to legislation comes as part of an effort by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) to increase recycling efforts, decrease waste to landfill and improve the control of hazardous waste. This new legislation requires companies that dispose of business and commercial waste to carry out soil analysis and testing to identify contamination and ensure proper waste disposal.

Case Study: DPL Steel Buildings

DPL Steel Buildings, a leading groundworks and steel building construction company based in the East Midlands, contacted us to carry out soil analysis and testing for waste disposal on one of their sites in Nottingham. Following initial discussions, our consultants visited the site to take some soil samples to be analysed at the laboratory and to survey the site for an in-depth site investigation report. Our analysis showed that the soil on site was non-hazardous and DPL were able to able to carry out their waste disposal within days of first contact.

DPL Steel Buildings are now a construction partner of ours, after successfully working together for some time now, and kindly posted the below review on our social media.

“The guys at Rangoon are really friendly and helpful. They always deliver a professional and speedy service for us. We use them for all our waste classification testing, reporting and environmental consulting for our groundwork division at DPL. A great company to work with.“ - Peter Lovegrove at DPL Steel Buildings

Soil Analysis & Site Investigation Questionnaire

We can provide soil sampling, testing and reports most commonly used to complete a waste disposal and muck away company's Waste Characterisation Form (WCF). Please complete as much of this form as you can and we will help you with the rest.

Name: Company (if applicable): Phone: Email: Site address: Previous use of site: Description of process producing waste, including brief project overview (e.g. foundation dig for a commercial building): Description of main material being disposed of (e.g. soil, metal, plastic etc...): Waste quantity: Other information or queries: