Material we collect

Enva offers a collection and disposal service for concrete, bricks and general waste materials from the construction, demolition and utility sector at our facilities throughout the UK.

We have a strong and versatile fleet of HGV tippers and grabs, roll-on and roll-off vehicles for the collection, loading and tipping of materials, or for delivering aggregate products. 

Our licensed waste management facilities offer a fully closed-loop solution, where material offloaded for disposal is processed and recovered for re-use, then available as back haul aggregate product. 

Arrange a collection | Creating quality aggregates | Aggregate products

We offer a comprehensive site clearance service, available either as a standalone project, or as part of a larger site development package.

Site clearance is the process by which brownfield sites are prepared for new landscaping or building developments and covers multiple tasks, tree felling, tree stump and root ball removal, and the clearing of long grass and weeds.

Where buildings have been demolished, site clearance can also comprise the removal of soils, foundations, concrete, brick hardcore and other construction materials for recycling.

Our professional muckaway service utilises our specialised loading equipment/ grab mounted vehicles to collect materials from sites.

Request further information | Aggregate products | Contaminated land

Enva have long established relationships with UKAS accredited laboratories and can assist customers in establishing the nature of materials and the most appropriate and cost-effective treatment routes for the material.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to maximise recycling of materials and diversion from landfill, eliminating landfill tax. 

Our technical team specialise in the compliant treatment and recovery of hazardous and non-hazardous contaminated soils for construction projects, providing support and interpretation/ evaluation of soil analysis. Advanced waste treatment facilities serve to not only reduce the environmental impact of developments, but also control costs.