CSG Introduce Money Saving Engineering Solutions

27 November 2013 by Daryl Tunningley

A newly introduced addition to Cleansing Service Group’s extensive waste treatment and recycling capability enables companies to cut the cost of effluent treatment and help ensure environmental obligations are met.

The new service, CSG Engineering Solutions, provides companies with an on-site effluent treatment facility that can help achieve a reduction in the cost of discharging to a sewer and also in the cost of transporting effluent. A further benefit is that, by improving waste characteristics, the cost of offsite disposal can also be reduced.

Using bespoke engineering technology, the on-site methods of treatment that can be made available include centrifuge, evaporation, carbon, filterpress and anaerobic digestion.

Leading CSG Engineering Solutions is Peter Smith who has been involved with the sale, installation and maintenance of separation equipment for some 40 years.

CSG Managing Director Neil Richards said: “We believe this new service provides companies with a new and effective weapon in their armoury of facilities which aim to help reduce the overall cost of production.

“Companies who we anticipate will find the service particularly valuable are those where the cost of transporting waste effluent offsite are excessive, where the waste is contaminated or contains a lot of solid material, or where the site doesn’t have a discharge consent.”

CSG is providing the required equipment to companies on a rental basis and can also supply an operator to manage the effluent treatment disposal process. Installation and maintenance of the equipment is included in the rental package.

Award-winning CSG, which has its headquarters in Fareham, Hampshire, is one of the UK waste industry’s front-runners. The company has developed a number of pioneering waste treatment and recycling processes and operates a nationwide network of specialist treatment facilities for solid and liquid wastes, as well as what is believed to be the UK’s largest hazardous waste treatment and recovery facility at Cadishead, Manchester.