Spirax Sarco Contract for CSG

09 April 2011 by Daryl Tunningley

Spirax Sarco, a global leader in the supply of engineered solutions for the design, maintenance and operation of steam systems, has appointed Cleansing Service Group (CSG) to manage hazardous wastes generated by its UK manufacturing plants.

The one year rolling contract will involve the regular collection of a wide range of hazardous waste streams including gear and lubricating oils, sludges, acids, chemicals, paints and redundant IT equipment.

CSG’s specialist collection fleet will transport the waste to one of the company’s industrial waste treatment and recycling facilities. Spirax Sarco and CSG will also work together to both reduce the amount of waste being produced and increase the volume being recycled or recovered.

Spirax Sarco is a worldwide solution provider, focused on helping their customers achieve energy savings and process efficiency.

The company’s health, safety & environmental manager, Ian Smith said: “Efficient waste removal and recycling are key elements of our ISO14001 accreditation and the service and records that CSG will provide will allow us to deliver on our commitment to minimize the impact our plants have on the environment.”

CSG is a leading waste treatment and recovery specialist and its advanced, award-winning facility at Cadishead, Manchester, is one of the country’s biggest specialist waste handling sites.

Mike Wilson, CSG’s technical business development manager said: “We are pleased to be working with Spirax Sarco and helping them to further develop their environmental credentials by ensuring the maximum amount of hazardous waste is recycled or made available for re-use.”

Pictured at the contract signing are (L to R): CSG Contracts Manager Sean Rebhan and Technical Sales Manager Lesley James; Spirax Strategic Purchasing Manager Richard Brinley and Health, Safety & Environmental Manager Ian Smith; Mike Wilson CSG Technical Business Development Manager and CSG Tendering Manager Claire Wilson.