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Dealing with agricultural waste can be a complex task, therefore working with a reliable waste disposal partner is often the best route to deal with the range of waste types produced in farming industries.

Ensuring that the waste is being handled and disposed of properly is the responsibly of the business owner, however failure to do according to regulations could lead to hefty fines and issues for your business moving forward.

Finding the right company to work with is an essential part of the farming waste removal process, however it is also important to consider the different types of waste which are being produced, and how these should be delt with.

Different types of agricultural waste

Chemical waste

One of the key components of agricultural waste are chemicals such as pesticides. When handling chemical or hazardous waste the company you work with must be qualified and experienced in working with waste of this kind.

Part of the removal and disposal service for chemical waste involves meeting regulations surrounding the different chemicals, which is why it is so important to work with a qualified team. Failure to meet these rules can lead to detrimental impacts on the environment and those within the surrounding environment.

Plastic agricultural waste

Plastic agricultural waste is often simple to deal with, with a large majority of plastics now fully recyclable, this can be one of the simplest waste management areas to handle. However, farming can often produce a large volume of plastic waste and so, there may be a requirement for regular waste removal.

Automotive waste from farming

Automotive waste such as oil, aerosols and contaminated products can be difficult to handle and dispose of. However, within farming there are often a huge variety of different waste products which fall within the automotive waste category.

Working with a specialist team who have experience in dealing with these waste types within a compliant manner can make things much simpler.

At Mantank Environmental Services we have worked with a huge range of agricultural businesses, partnering together to become their sole provider of waste removal, recycling and disposal.

Our agricultural waste management and removal services

At Mantank Environmental Services we provide a huge range of services, including supporting the agriculture industry, providing waste management and removal services.

Our team are specialists in dealing with a variety of different waste types, including chemicals such as pesticides, desiccants and adjuvants. We also recycle waste where possible and dispose of the materials according to environmental regulations.

We have also invested heavily in our equipment to ensure we are able to provide high quality services to each of our clients, no matter how complex their requirements may be. We work with our customers on an ongoing basis, providing monthly waste management services for agricultural businesses to ensure all of their waste removal and disposal requirements are met.

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If you would like to know more about the services we provide, do not hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team. We work throughout the UK on a range of projects including industrial tank cleaning, drainage and much more.

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