ACL Environmental - Waste Management Services

Information on our Waste Manangement Services

  • ACL highway and waste management services are responsible for cleaning in excess of 750,000 road gully's over an area of 6500 square miles. Operating throughout the UK the fleet of medium and high volume combination jetting vacuum units undertake both scheduled and emergency response work at the request of clients nationwide. With the advantage of operating a fully licensed waste transfer station ACL can offer a complete cost effective waste management solution. The waste transfer station accepts most municipal waste including road sweepings, gully waste and liquid waste.

    The range of services includes gully cleansing, catch pit and offlet cleaning, high pressure water jetting, interceptor cleaning and CCTV drainage surveys.

    ACL personnel undergo rigorous training ensuring that they have the expertise to operate effectively and safely complemented with an awareness of environmental legislation. All ACL vehicles are equipped with the latest monitoring and tracking GPS systems enabling us to provide detailed electronic reports showing what and where work has been done. Many of our local authority clients are utilising the information that we provide to fine tune gully cleansing schedules ensuring that Gullies are cleaned cost effectively when necessary rather than as a matter of routine. The system also enables out control staff to quickly assign vehicles to attend emergencies.

Waste Transfer Station

ACL operates a fully licensed waste transfer station at Staveley (J29A, M1). The station is licensed to take both sweeper and gully waste. You may wish to tip directly our alternatively we can collect waste from your site. All transfers are performed strictly in accordance with Environment Agency guidelines.

ACL, through its partners, can offer a facility which minimises the amount of waste required to go to landfill through a waste recycling programme. This involves the dewatering and screening of waste to filter out sand and aggregates which can then be reused, thus leaving us with a marginal amount of waste to be sent to landfill sites. If you would like more information on this process please use the contact details provided within the 'contact us' area of the website.

The onsite team of support staff will organise all applicable Duty of Care and Waste Consignment Notes and assist with any legislative enquires that you may have.