Paisley Waste Treatment Centre
Our Paisley site near Glasgow is a multi-faceted hub where we operate our fleet of specialist vehicles, industrial services team as well as offering waste treatment, recycling and disposal services.
Paisley handles a variety of hazardous waste, including:
Contaminated industrial cleaning waste
Oil contaminated rags and wipes
36 Clark Street, Paisley, Scotland, PA3 1RB
Telephone: 0141 887 5689
Monday to Friday 7.00am – 5.00pm
The effluent treatment plant treats other contaminated waters generated at the site as well as incoming wastes delivered in containers or bulk tanker.
The plant has tank storage capacity and the process is equipped with a centrifuge to remove solids contamination from waste waters before they are discharged through the sites sewer discharge point.
Home to our Hipod Processing Centre where hazardous waste of these containers is treated. Waste contents, generally oil contaminated rags and wipes, are segregated from other recyclable wastes and put into a washing process which cleans them, leaving a non-hazardous material, suitable for conventional disposal through either energy recovery or landfill. The contaminated water is processed through the site’s effluent treatment plant.
The site is also the base for a number of specialist industrial services vehicles offering tank cleaning and jetting services with disposal of wastes generated through this function being available on site. Our highly skilled confined space entry and rescue team have the expertise in cleaning tanks, vessels, silos, lagoons and interceptors, including the management of all waste arisings.
Our transfer activities allows us the flexibility to handle an extremely wide range of waste types including large volumes of hazardous soils and filter cakes, also handling IBC’s/Drums of Chemicals which enables us to maximise our levels of service both in terms of logistical efficiency and by procuring the best available solution for the waste streams not suitable for treatment or recycling processes.
Accredited to ISO 9001 (Quality). ISO 14001 (Environmental) and ISO 45001 (Health and Safety)
Highly skilled workforce
Recycling of oil
Specialist vehicle fleet including vacuum tankers, Disab suction units and high pressure jetting units