Many businesses need to dispose of liquid waste in some form, be it wastewater, oils, grease traps, solvents, spray booth waste, acids, etc. Solo Resource Recovery is uniquely positioned to collect, treat, and dispose of any liquid waste and volumes that your business activities produce. Our highly-trained and experienced operators collect and dispose of liquid waste as per EPA guidelines. The crew has extensive knowledge of collecting and disposing of any type of liquid waste and transporting it safely. The liquid waste can be evacuated via vacuum tanker for large amounts or packaged for safe transportation and disposal, depending on the type of liquid waste and its treatment goal. Solo Resource Recovery has extensive experience dealing with all sorts of liquid waste, including hazardous waste, and providing a solution that fits your specific goals.
Our liquid waste services are available for but not limited to:
Hazardous waste is defined as any waste product that has the potential to harm humans or the environment in the future. Pesticides, batteries, cleaning and polish chemicals, solvent-based paints, leftover pharmaceuticals, computers, and other hazardous wastes are produced by Australian households and businesses. Illegally dumping hazardous waste is a serious offence that can result in severe penalties from regulators.
Solo’s hazardous waste team has the skills and expertise to manage liquid or solid hazardous waste, backed up by a specialised fleet of vehicles and equipment. The collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal of liquid hazardous waste are all tracked.
Solo is dedicated to resource recovery and collaborates with clients and councils to create cost-effective treatment methods to divert liquid waste from landfills whenever possible. Even the reclaimed oil and grease from grease traps are recycled for use in stock feed, while liquid food waste can be employed as fertiliser for crop enhancement.
In addition to our liquid waste services, Solo Resource Recovery has over 85 years of council waste management experience. We offer garbage bins of various sizes and types, including 120L, 140L, 240L, 360L, and bulk bins, recycling bins, green waste bins, and bins for events and festivals. Solo’s council rubbish collection vehicles are designed and manufactured in-house by our manufacturing and engineering department. All trucks used in municipal waste management and other waste collection services undergo periodic maintenance. Solo employs a cutting-edge vehicle management system that includes GPS tracking, contaminated waste tracking, and photo documentation for compliance and recordkeeping purposes. The data is vetted and managed in accordance with the council’s specifications.
Solo Resource Recovery’s council waste management services are available for the below, among others:
Solo Resource Recovery prioritises community education because it is critical to the success of all waste management operations. Solo’s education program employs cutting-edge community engagement tools and activities to help drive waste reduction and support the waste hierarchy.
Solo operates all contracts for council waste management under its accredited Integrated Quality, Safety and Environment Management System Standard ISO 14001:2015, and Safety Standard ISO 45001:2018. As such, the council can be certain that the waste management services are delivered to the highest standard, keeping the safety of the environment, council employees, and the public in focus. Solo Resource Recovery adheres to the highest standards of safety and compliance.
Solo Resource Recovery offers a comprehensive range of cost-effective liquid waste management solutions to councils, residents, businesses, and industries throughout Australia, including Adelaide, Dandenong, Kingscliff, Murwillumbah, Perth, Tweed Coast, and many other regions, to facilitate all events, business needs, and scenarios. Sustainability is at the heart of all we do, and we work hard to make a sustainable future a reality for everyone. Solo Resource Recovery collaborates with councils, as well as residential and industrial clients, to create a sustainable future for all in which waste is a resource.
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