Site clearance is the term that can be used to explain the actual demolition sequence itself or to describe the removal of fly-tipped waste materials
The waste streams can include abandoned tyres, asbestos and other types of specialist waste found on Greenfield or Brownfield sites.
Site clearance can also involve the removal and disposal of muck from site. Commonly known as a ‘muck shift’ this is the process of removing inert material to a licenced final destination for soil material.
Correspondingly sites often have brick and concrete remaining that developers need to re-use where possible. We operate our own mobile crusher that can crush brick and concrete on site for the redevelopment
By offering this mobile service at the source it reduces the need to bring in external stock thus being a financially viable and more environmentally friendly site clearance option.