Founded over 40 years ago, Enva is a leading Hazardous Waste, Water Services and Laboratory Services provider. We provide services across Ireland and the United Kingdom for the industrial, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, food and beverage and municipal sectors.
Our highly experienced team of 200 managers, engineers, operatives and scientists work closely with our clients to deliver safe, cost-effective, practical and technically innovative solutions to allow previously problematic wastes be processed and recovered into useful new products.
For example, we process and treat waste materials to produce:
- Clean shredded plastic
- Alternative fuels for cement kilns
- Processed fuel oil
- Flocculants for waste water treatment
- Organic fertilisers
- Metals (lead, iron)
- Inert Soils
- Clean stone & aggregate
We operate from four EPA licenced facilities, two NIEA licenced facilities, and four fully equipped laboratories, providing innovative solutions to waste management with a focus on recovery rather than disposal and developing a sustainable, circular economy.
In addition to providing treatment and bulking/transfer operations at these sites, we have a dedicated fleet with experienced and highly trained operatives who deliver a range of logistics and onsite services for our customers.
We focus on safety and excellence and are ISO 9001, 14001, and OHSAS 18001 certified. Firm commitments to the safety and welfare of our employees and the environment are a critical component of the Enva identity and a guiding principle by which we operate.
As one of the most experienced waste management companies in Ireland, we pride ourselves in continually meeting and exceeding our customer’s expectations. Enva is part of DCC plc under the DCC Environmental division and adhere to the highest standards of corporate governance and environmental standards.
1973: Atlas Oil set up to collect waste oil primarily from the automotive industry, becoming the first hazardous waste management company in Ireland.
1978: Acquisition and development of the Portlaoise waste facility, initially only processing waste oil.
1987: DCC plc acquire a shareholding in Atlas Oil and start to develop additional services including garage wastes, tank/interceptor and bund cleaning and Emergency Response.
1994: Acquisition of Capital Oils in Northern Ireland, a company operating a waste oil processing facility in Drumaness, Co. Down.
1995: DCC take full ownership of Atlas Oil.
2000: Portlaoise facility awarded the first and only license in Ireland for off-site treatment of petroleum contaminated soil by the EPA.
2001: Acquisition of Envirotech, a Cork based water and effluent treatment firm providing a comprehensive range of wastewater treatment products, and specialist services to solve wastewater treatment operating problems or inefficiencies.
2002: Capital Oils in NI re-branded to Atlas Environmental (NI)
2003: Acquisition of Shannon Environmental Services. The Shannon Hazardous Waste facility uniquely offered Irish industry a range of Physico-Chemical and Biological treatment options for hazardous wastes.
2006: Acquisition and development of an EPA licensed facility in West Dublin to serve the Dublin market.
2006: All three businesses (Shannon Environmental Services, Envirotech, Atlas Oil) rebranded under a single new name – Enva.
2007: Acquisition and development of a new EPA licenced facility in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, also housing the Water treatment and laboratory businesses
2012: Acquisition of biomass energy business Clearpower Ltd by DCC Energy.
2013: Purchase and development of Downpatrick head office facility for Enva Northern Ireland.
2014: The Organics division of Clearpower moves across from DCC Energy to join Enva
2016: Investment to expand the microbiology laboratory offering