excavation waste recycling - hazardous and non-hazardous contaminated soil Treatment
2ZLF provide wet and dry excavation waste recycling services. We can receive hazardous and non-hazardous contaminated soil and hydro excavation waste (EWC 17 05 03* and EWC 17 05 04). This can also include material under RPS 211 which is due to be withdrawn in 2021. With the codes on the permit, 2ZLF can bring material on to site and then ensure material is classified correctly.
2ZLF can accept hydo excavation wet waste wet waste general or dry excavation waste. Hydro excavation is an ever more popular technique for excavating around critical services. High pressure water is jetting into the soil, fluidising the soil whilst simultaneously being sucked into the tanker.
Depending on the classification, Wet Waste is first dewatered with the water treated appropriately. The dry and dewatered material is processed through the plant. This can be treated on a batch basis if required.