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Contaminated Waste Disposal

For disposal of waste contaminated with hazardous substances such as asbestos, oil, paint, kerosene or other types of fuel, look no further than Bob Stabler & Sons. We have sourced a number of specialist outlet disposal routes for these materials and offer a fully comprehensive service including all relevant paperwork giving you peace of mind that your waste is disposed of in the most environmentally friendly manner.

Operating throughout Bridlington and Scarborough, our hazardous waste management services cover:

  • Contaminated waste
  • Toxic waste
  • Hazardous materials
  • Chemical waste

We utilise our 50 years of industry experience to ensure that any hazardous waste on your premises is removed safely and efficiently with minimal disruption. If you would like to learn more about the contaminated waste disposal, chemical waste disposal and hazardous waste disposal services we offer here at Bob Stabler & Sons, don’t hesitate to get in touch today.

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To find out more about our agricultural waste management solutions, or for any other enquiry, contact us today. Our friendly team of professionals will be more than happy to help with any questions you may have. call us on: Bridlington: 01262 606 968Scarborough: 01723 238 102

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  • Low Prices
  • Domestic & Commercial
  • Family Run
  • Friendly Advice
  • Fast Delivery
  • 60 Years' Experience
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For great priced skip hire and friendly advice, call one of our advisors on:

Bridlington: 01262 606 968Scarborough: 01723 238 102

"We confirm that we have fulfilled our duty to apply the Waste Hierachy as required by regulations 12 of the Waste (England & Wales) Regulations 2011"