Waste Water

/Waste Water
Waste Water 2018-05-27T21:40:36+00:00

Water UK states that the UK manages 16 billion litres of waste water every day. The type of treatment of waste water, also referred to as liquid waste, is dependent on the level of contamination, pollution and presence of micro-organisms. The water treatment process can include mechanical, biological and chemical treatment depending on the composition of the water to obtain waste water safe for the environment. Those processes allow over 90% of the UK’s waste water to be recycled.

Having worked on the supply of waste water to infrastructure treatment projects for a number of years, CSD can provide a solutions based offering that seeks to match the supply with the off taker in line with specific requirements depending on the contamination and pollution levels.

CSD customer commitment:

We pride ourselves on being able to provide short and long-term contracts at competitive prices.

As a customer of CSD you will be provided with:

  • A full audit trail of your waste from site to end destination
  • Dates and times of all loads received from your company
  • Tailored reports – monthly/quarterly/yearly – to meet your requirements
  • A list of acceptable materials we can receive from you
  • A dedicated account manager

CSD approach to cost:

The cost of recycling your waste with CSD will depend upon the quality of the materials received.

The price will be based on the lowest grade of waste in the mix, therefore segregating materials in mixed loads before they arrive on site will prove the most cost effective.

Whatever your requirement, we can offer a flexible and made-to- measure answer that will suit your needs in terms of quantity, collection method and frequency of collection.

Discounts may be available for large tonnages, such as those from civic amenity sites and local authorities. Our commercial team will be more than willing to discuss that with you.

But whatever the price, recycling your waste with us is not only a greener option than sending it to landfill, it’s also a cost effective one.