Guidance On Site Clearances

Before any construction can commence, it is essential that a thorough and reliable site clearance service is carried out, to ensure that the working environment is safe and secure for construction to take place.

BKP Group can provide a diverse selection of waste management solutions, including site clearances, in addition to more specialised services such as asbestos removal, and emergency spill response for both oil and chemical spills.

What Is Usually Involved In A Site Clearance?

Typically speaking a site clearance involves a wide range of different clearance activities. This could range from removing machinery or equipment, disposing of waste left on-site, clearing away vegetation and soil, or even preparing the ground for construction or demolition activities.

  • Vegetation Clearance
    With regards to any vegetation that needs removal, BKP Group can provide a site clearance service to remove undergrowth and large vegetation. It is very important to conduct a thorough vegetation clearance as any roots left can cause cracks in concrete as the root material decays.

  • Surface Soil
    Typically speaking, surface soil is a poor material to build on. This is because surface soil has a very high concentration of decaying materials such as the roots of plants. When clearing surface soil, the topsoil will be first loosened, then removed, and finally transported away for responsible waste management.

  • Waste Disposal
    If any waste items need to be cleared before your construction project can commence, the BKP group are skilled in a diverse range of waste management practices. This ranges from specialist services to deal with hazardous chemicals and other dangerous wastes, all the way to food waste and other recyclable materials.

    As such, regardless of what type of waste you’re dealing with, our highly experienced team of waste management experts are the ideal choice for site clearance waste management and disposal.

What About Emergency Site Clearances?

Site clearances for construction projects are not the only time a clearance service may be necessary. As described by the UK Government, some circumstances which may result in a clearance becoming necessary are: “a fire, explosion, flood, earthquake or an event causing structural collapse (whether naturally occurring or the result of a malicious attack).”

During such a site clearance, it’s essential that the clearance is practiced with extreme care and caution. This is because in its main goal of returning the site to its former condition (or a condition described as “new normal”), the site clearance assists with rescue of casualties, removal of fatalities, and possible securing evidence for an investigation.

As such, in the event of emergencies, site clearances are a key part of not only the restoration process, but also the emergency response and rescue process.

Choosing The Right Waste Clearance Business

When searching for a site clearance solution, it is essential that you choose the waste management and clearance business that is best suited to meet the unique needs of your business. So why should you choose a site clearance from BKP Group, what makes our waste management business stand out from the competition?

Well, here at BKP Group our team of technicians are fully qualified and are regularly trained to meet the latest safety and quality standards. Founded in 1964 and driven by a dedicated team from our Romsey transfer station, BKP utilise latest technologies and recognised strategies to provide sustainable solutions in waste management. Here at BKP Group, we are renowned for our vast portfolio of services, our diverse skill-set regarding a variety of different waste types including both non-hazardous and hazardous makes BKP Group ideally suited to conduct site clearances.

Our team also recognise the importance of certification from external auditors and understand how they are a key component with regards to providing our clients with peace of mind. So, thanks to our various accreditations from the International Organisation for Standardisation including quality, environmental, and health and safety, you can rest assured that our team of experts will manage your waste responsibly and ethically.

We have over 50 years of industry experience and have worked with clients from a wide variety of industries and individuals. So whether you need a one-off waste collection service, or if you need a regular management solution, our team of experts are on hand to help. However, if you would like more information regarding the things you should look out for when choosing a waste management business, we recommend visiting our blog and reading our list of 5 tips for choosing a waste management and disposal business.

Learn More About Waste Management On The BKP Group Blog

In addition to our tips for choosing a waste management business, you can also read about other important waste management topics on our blog. For example, if you would like to learn more about the dangers of Asbestos and how a waste management business removes it safely, we recommend our blog, Asbestos; How Dangerous Is It And How Do You Remove It? On the other hand, if you would like more information about how your waste directly effects the environment and what you can do to minimise your impact on our planet through the management of your waste, we suggest this blog; How Does Waste Impact The Environment?

For More Information Or To Make An Enquiry, Please Give Our Team A Call

If you have any questions our friendly and dedicated team of waste management experts will be happy to assist you with your enquires; providing additional information regarding our emergency spill response service, or any of the other waste removal solutions available from BKP Group.

If you would like to speak to a member of staff, you can talk to us by calling 0800 376 5004, Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm. Alternatively, you could contact our team online using one of the following methods.

  • You can send our team an email at sales@bkpgroup.com.
  • You can fill out our contact form and a member of staff will respond as soon as possible.
  • Or you could reach out on Twitter or Facebook @GroupBKP
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