New Hazardous Waste Management Contract For CSG

10 October 2012 by Daryl Tunningley

Waste management specialists Cleansing Service Group (CSG) has won a contract to collect hazardous waste from the UK production plant of NOVO Mono, a global leader in the manufacture of progressing cavity pumps.

The one year contract means CSG will collect, treat and recover for re-use where possible the hazardous wastes generated by Mono at their head office and major production facility in Manchester. Wastes being collected include hazardous drums and Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC’s); rags, cloths & gloves; spray booth paint filters; paint thinners and sealants.

Mono, a National Oilwell Varco (NOV) company, began manufacturing progressing cavity pumps at its Manchester site in 1935 and continuous innovation and technological advances have secured the company a reputation for providing quality products to a worldwide range of industries including food and beverage, oil & gas, minerals, mining and agriculture.

Dave Collinge, Mono’s safety health and environmental manager, said: “The company is very aware of its environmental responsibilities and the contract with CSG ensures the disposal of our hazardous waste is fully compliant with the strict environmental and technical regulations in force in the UK.”

CSG’s group business development manager Mike Wilson said: “We are very pleased to have been chosen by Mono to put our specialist hazardous waste services to work on their behalf.”

Hampshire-based CSG, which is one of the UK’s fastest growing independent businesses, provides a range of waste management services to a customer base that includes many of the UK’s leading public and private sector organisations.