National waste team poised for industry kickstart
A leading national waste management company is poised for an increase in work as the coronavirus lockdown is relaxed and the UK’s manufacturing sector ramps up production output.
CSG, which operates from more than 20 sites across the UK, reports sustained demand for its specialist industrial waste management services throughout the pandemic.
Managing director Neil Richards said: “As an essential service provider, our collection and processing facilities have continued to operate through the lockdown. Now that the country looks to kickstart manufacturing and industry with the opening of factories and garages, we expect to see these operations resuming previous levels of activity.
“The success of CSG is largely based on adaptability and resilience. The wide range of waste streams we are able to accept means that while there has been reduced demand for our oily waste and print industry services during lockdown, we continue to see stability in hazardous and chemical waste processing requirements.
“This versatility of our staff and operations puts us in a strong position to meet renewed customer demand and provide the waste services required to help the UK industrial base get back on its feet.”
CSG provides specialist industrial and commercial waste management services, including the safe treatment and disposal of hazardous materials and waste oil. The company boasts a highly-qualified team of environmental consultants, chemists, engineers and drivers offer safe, professional and sustainable waste removal, treatment and disposal services across diverse sectors.
In addition to managing industrial waste, CSG provides an emergency response for oil or chemical spills, silt and sludge removal for water courses, tanks and lagoons and a complete sewage treatment installation and maintenance service for both industrial and domestic customers.
The company was founded 85 years ago in Hampshire and now operates from more than 20 sites, providing a comprehensive range of waste services to a broad industrial customer base.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Caroline Garbett .
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