Total Waste Management

Total waste management

Chloros can assist with a total waste management service for our key accounts. We operate a fully licensed transfer facility near Droitwich, and offer nationwide coverage from our offices in Gloucestershire, the West Midlands, and Scotland. Our team will ensure full compliance for your Duty of Care and Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005 (HWR) requirements. Our Scottish operations comply with the Special Waste Regulations 1996.

Our highly skilled management team have substantial waste management experience, and have a proven track record in offering a range of sustainable waste management services throughout the UK that are tailored to suit your business requirements.

Chloros has built strong relationships with reprocessing and recovery plants throughout the UK and Europe. This means we can provide you with the most sustainable waste management solutions available to reclaim any inherent value from your waste material, which will reduce your overall costs. We also employ the principles of the waste hierarchy to divert materials away from landfill and towards recycling and re-use options.

Chloros can also provide Hazardous goods transport.

For further advice in waste collection, waste disposal and waste recycling, please contact our team our team on 01285 721110 or email info@chloros.co.uk.


Total waste management


Waste management solutions

A total waste management company, our waste management solutions include:

  • Hazardous waste management
  • Waste disposal management
  • Waste collection
  • Waste recycling
  • Waste treatment and disposal
  • Integrated waste management systems
  • Packaged wastes
  • Packaging recycling
  • Bulk industrial wastes
  • Chemical waste treatment
  • Secure destruction of confidential products
  • Ground remediation
  • Site clearance projects
  • Industrial cleaning projects including Confined Space Entry (CSE)
  • DGSA advice
  • Bespoke training projects for our customers
  • Consultancy and technical advice
  • Supply of UN containers