Learn more about Muck Away Services in England
A good muck away service in England abides by the law and legislation that govern all types of waste to make sure that the muck collected from your sites is safely collected and disposed of securely. Muck away services even recycle the vast majority of rubble, rubbish, and soil they collect.
Muck away is defined as the removal of waste materials from a site. It is the process of extracting spoil from construction sites during earthwork processes, which involves the removal of any waste, soil, rubbish, or rubble you create or unearth during all manner of ground working projects. There are 3 main categories of muck away, including:
- Inert muck away is defined as a waste that has not gone through any physical, chemical or biological changes and is less likely to have an impact on any other matter that it comes into contact with. These include concrete, brick, subsoil, and hardcore soil.
- Hazardous muck away is defined as a gathering of waste that contains properties that make it harmful to the environment and human health. For example, clearing a petrol station.
- Non-hazardous muck away includes a collection of different waste products that are not harmful to the environment and human life.
An average of 141,428,571 tonnes of construction waste generated by 3,983,445 active construction sites means England contributes a lot of waste and achieving zero waste within the construction sector is currently a big ask..