What Is A Site Clearance?
A site clearance is used to clear away any unwanted waste materials from a space in order for it to be used for the workers desired use. For example, when embarking on a construction project, site clearances will often be needed for the waste disposal of items to create an empty area that is ready to start building on. Through using a site clearance service, you are enabling works to carry on efficiently and creating a safe construction site for your team to start projects. A site must be cleared prior to any work taking place. It appropriately prepares land by removing any hazards or obstacles. These may get in the way and hinder future work, and also put workers at risk of being harmed.
What Does A Construction Site Clearance Involve?
The process of a site clearance on a construction site involves removing materials; whether that be general waste, rubble & concrete, hazardous waste, any machinery or materials left from demolition works. When partnering with a professional waste management team, you will be provided with a plan stating how your waste will be disposed of and the recycling process moving forward. This also makes sure that hazardous materials are handled appropriately. The UK’s biggest consumer of natural resources is the construction industry, according to Wrap, so it is vital that waste materials are being recycled where possible.
By ensuring waste materials are recycled appropriately, you will limit the amounts sent to landfill and enforce a green workplace. This means that items can be repurposed, and reintroduced back into the market; such as recycled aggregates. By enforcing recycling we will be able to save raw materials from being overused and cut your carbon footprint.
The Different Types Of Site Clearances
Although construction works often require the most site clearances, we also deal with fly-tipping incidents and warehouse clearances. Warehouses may need the removal of redundant equipment, excess stock and various waste materials. This can be difficult and require a large amount of labour if dealt with in-house. On average, the team at Bailey’s Skip Hire recycle 75% of the waste that comes from warehouses.
Another form of site clearance includes fly-tipping. Whilst being dealt with on public land by local authorities, it can become stressful and time-consuming if dumped in private spaces. This is where our team can help, we provide quick and efficient removal of waste materials that are thrown on your land; whilst keeping safety as our top priority.
If you are looking for a site clearance service whether that be for construction projects, warehouse’s or fly-tipping incidents, get in touch with our team today on email@example.com. We also provide skips and waste containers for our customers to help with storing waste on sites ready for collection. Our team can then remove the waste and recycle everything where possible; with end-of-life waste being converted into refuse-derived fuel (RDF). This means that your organisation is working sustainably in all areas and pushing your green credentials forward.