MID-COUNTIES WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES LIMITED (MCW)
0128 353 3686
0771 479 8387
Mid-Counties Waste Management Services Ltd, Unit 5, Barberry Court, Callister Way, Centrum 100, Burton-on-Trent, DE14 2UE
AREA OF OPERATIONS:
Mid-Counties Waste Management Services Ltd, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, West Yorkshire, Wakefield, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool, Scarborough, Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne, Scotland, England, North, East, West, South, London, Nationwide, United Kingdom.
Tanker vac, tanker vacuum, vacuum recycler, jetting and vacuum tankers, combination tanker, septic tank emptying and cleaning, cesspit emptying and cleaning, tank emptying and cleaning, grease trap emptying and cleaning, Interceptor emptying and cleaning, sewage treatment, plant desludging and cleaning, gully emptying, culvert emptying and cleaning, 24/7 call-out service, high pressure water jetting.
Mid-Counties Waste Management Services Limited (MCW) was established in 1998 as a Waste Broker, to assist several core clients bases to provide an exceptional service by an attentive knowledgeable close-knit team. We have since grown strength to strength with a little help from our friends (loyal customers and fantastic team).
Over the past 23 years we have built treasured relationships with our customers, from blue chip to sole trader. We value each and every one of our clients and will always strive to deliver the best service in our sector.
With our self-owned and operated specialist fleet, we have complete control and flexibility over every aspect of the services we offer, our dedicated long serving team means you’ll always hear a familiar voice on the end of the phone, no calling into call centres and being left on the phone, who know you, your business, and requirements, saving you time and stress. When our vehicles pull up outside, on the booked in date, with ETA alerts from our automated systems which are linked to our vehicle tracking units, you’ll instantly be put at ease by a familiar face emerging, again saving you energy and effort of having to explain access and what works need to be done – not to worry, we’ll already know upon arrival and you can trust us to get on with it. We will never just ‘turn up’ and you’ll never need to look any further for a complete drainage and waste solution provider.
We specialise in drainage repair, maintenance, and installation in most sectors, dealing with both commercial and domestic clients. Due to our brokerage history and ongoing ‘Upper Tier Carrier Broker Dealer’ status (that has been held since 2010), we are able to offer complete management of countless waste streams including chemical and recyclable materials, many of which are transported to licenced disposal facilities by our own fleet.
Here at MCW we are proud to hold the latest 2015 revision of ISO9001 and ISO14001, as well as being certified for the Safe Contractor and FORS schemes. These accreditations are evidence of our ongoing efforts in achieving a superior service. Please feel free to download our latest certifications and Insurance policies in the ‘Duty of Care’ section.
SOME OF THE SERVICES WE PROVIDE
Listed below are some of the services provided by Mid-Counties Waste Management Services Limited (MCW), for a comprehensive guide please visit our website.
INTERCEPTOR CLEANING & SERVICE
We offer competitively priced liquid waste collection services nationwide, with experienced drivers and operatives utilizing high-performance vacuum tankers equipped with jetting and wash down equipment. Our operatives can provide a site service including the cleaning out of gully pots, drainage channels, bunds, catch pits, sumps and much more.
HIGH PRESSURE JETTING
Our High-Pressure Jetting Units offer a nationwide service. Operated by our trained jetting engineers, they are the most effective and environmentally friendly way to keep your drains clear.
DRAINAGE CCTV & DRAINAGE PLANS
When the cause of a drainage problem is not immediately obvious, a CCTV survey can help to determine the problem. Our operatives will attend site and insert a CCTV camera into your drainage pipework. This allows our engineer to find and alleviate the problem, restoring all pipes to full function.
Our state-of-the-art digital equipment sends completed video and reports directly from site to our office; minimising delays and allowing you to have the information necessary, quickly and efficiently.
HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION
Hazardous waste cannot be moved from your premises until the premises are registered with the Environment Agency. We will make sure you are correctly registered. Once the waste is identified, we will supply or replace any drums, IBC’s (industrial bulk container) or appropriate containers if required. We will segregate all waste streams and if necessary, we will re-package, re-drum or over-drum the waste for secure removal from your premises. We will also supply and complete all labels in accordance with current legislation.
After evaluating, packaging, labelling and consigning your hazardous waste, we will supervise collection and transport it to the licenced disposal site.
PUMP STATION CLEANING & SERVICING
Our drainage engineers are fully trained and qualified to carry out all aspects of pump station maintenance, repair and servicing. Including (but not limited to):
Pump station emptying, cleaning and de-greasing
Pump station maintenance
Pump station repair
Pump station and pumpwell full installations
Pump station and pumpwell replacements
As a producer of workshop waste, you have a duty of care to ensure that the hazardous waste causes no harm or damage. Therefore, it is your responsibility to make sure that stored waste cannot escape into the environment.
Workshop waste is hazardous and must be safely contained prior to collection. It usually includes things such as;
Absorbents and granules
CIVILS & BUILDING WORKS
We have our own inhouse civils team that can fulfil any construction and drainage need. This includes but is not limited to;
All drainage installations
Small civils works (i.e., concrete pad installations etc.)
Mid-Counties are experienced in the removal and disposal of fly tips
HEALTH CARE WASTE
Healthcare activities produce varying types of waste. The majority is generated by activities that are non-hazardous, accounting for 85% of the total amount produced. The remaining 15% is hazardous waste that is potentially infectious, toxic or radioactive. The type of healthcare waste that is produced largely depends on the location, whether that be a hospital or a care home, and the specific work activities the setting carries out.
It is important that all spills and chemicals are dealt with quickly and properly. We offer a 24-hour nationwide spill response service.
Our BSIF trained staff will attend site and ensure the containment of the spill to minimize the spread of the substance to other areas. They can then assess the next steps necessary before leaving site in a clean, and more importantly, safe condition.
We also offer emergency spill kits which can be kept on your site. These kits include:
Oil containment socks
FOR A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE
The benefits of a CCTV drainage survey are spectacular in defining an accurate report with real time footage of your drainage system.
Trenchless drain relining methods such as (CIPP), a cured-in-place-pipe. Is created by an epoxy layered liner which does not involve digging a trench. Benefits? Less noise, cleaner and overall, more convenient.
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How Drainage Systems Can Fail - Weather Erosion.
When an emergency arises with our drainage, be it a blocked toilet or an over flowing drain on our property. High pressure water jetting will be the tool to unblock it!
The benefits for using high pressure water
jetting is valuable in maintaining the integrity and continuity of your drainage pipes, and to keep them flowing.
Moss, leaves, and dirt can build up in our guttering over time, and with a steady stream of rain, It will eventually be channeled down into our gullies. If not cleaned properly and checked regularly, it will back up surface water and create pooling and flooding. Damp saturation, mold, cracks, slip hazards, ground movement or erosion can all occur over time. This can also lead to pipe collapse symptoms, with sustained heavy rainfall, extreme cold, and heat, all expanding and contraction effects.