This activity requires to manage and sort waste from the start right through to its final disposal.
Amongst other things collected, treated and transported the disposed waste needs to be monitored and also conform to certain regulations. These regulations cover the legal and regulatory points that are associated with waste and waste management which effectively cover the guidance on green recycling.
The "Waste Management" term usually relates to all kinds of waste, generated from the extraction of the raw materials and also the processing of these materials.
Companies are always pushed to make sure they keep to these strict guidelines and meet their environmental criteria with regards to waste and how it is disposed.
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Topsoil is the upper most layer (top) of soil. The top two inches and potentially down as far as eight inches is classed as topsoil.
Topsoil has a very high concentration of microorganisms and organic matter and is where the most of the 'Earth's' biological soil activity is. There are four elements that form the composition of the upper soil, including mineral particles, water, air and organic matter.
The topsoil volume is between 50% and 80% of these types of particles and they form the skeletal structure of the soil. They allow the soil to sustain effectively its own weight, also other matter such as water overlying the land.
The Organic matter varies on the quality and quantity on different soils. This then ensures that the positive and negative effects or reactions on the topsoil.
In terms of strength the soils structure can decrease with the presence of the organic matter. The organic matter can settle in different ways and under different conditions.
Good quality topsoil is ideal for a wide range of planting and landscaping schemes where a quality outcome is essential. It is usually light, friable and makes it easy to work with in wet conditions. Get in touch and let us know what you need.
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Groundwork is a term used in the construction industry for the preparation of a construction site for foundations of a new building and effectively refers to work done to prepare and set up subsurfaces for the start of construction work.
Ground workers clear the site, prepare and dig the footings for the building work to start, they also install the pipe work for the drains and if required prepare the roads and pathways.
If you put to one side the demolition and site enabling works that may need to be carried out, groundwork is the first part of the construction process and usually includes: Ground investigation, Clearance of the Site, Ground Stabilisation Works, Landscaping and Site Services.
They are usually the first and the last trades that perform on a building site. They are usually responsible for the site drainage and all underground pipe work.
Groundwork Contractors pricing structure is usually based on a plant, material and labour basis.
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