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CL:AIRE keeps a Register of Materials and services which might fall within the DoWCoP.

To view the Register of Materials click on the links in the article index box. The Register is FREE to use but to submit a site, you must first create a website user account (click Register - top right-hand corner of the homepage).

It helps to link material holders with projects requiring materials.

Organisations involved in the management of development sites are urged to register key information to be held confidentially and presented by CL:AIRE.

For example - which sites are being or are due to be remediated/developed? What treatment options are in use or available in an area of the country?

Where there are site imbalances of soils or fill materials CL:AIRE will review the information provided against the register and contact organisations where we see possible project partnerships.

CL:AIRE will act to make the introductions and offer any further services as required in order to ensure successful partnerships are achieved.

CL:AIRE's independence in the market and familiarity with the DoWCoP means it is well positioned to act as a trusted administrator of such an initiative.

For any technical queries relating to the Definition of Waste: Code of Practice please contact Nicholas Willenbrock at nick.willenbrock@claire.co.uk


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Results 1 - 32 of 32
# #Ref Location Quantity available Available from Available to Material Type Specified End Use
1 D092 skelmersdale lancashire 200,000 Te 04 May 2017 2020 clay (glacial till) virgin material characterisation report available backfill ground engineering landfill liner / capping
2 D091 Blyth, Northumberland 60,000 tonnes 01 May 2017 31 August 2017 47,000 tonnes of topsoil and 13,000 tonnes of clay subsoil from a greenfield site. Ground Investigation report available. Suitable for residential development projects and similar
3 D090 Halifax and Leeds 5000tonne 20 March 2017 31 July 2017 clayey SILT, organic rich soil with some elevated PTEs Available on request
4 D089 Ingleby Crescent, Lincoln 18,600m3 February 16th 2017 End of March 2017 Non-Hazardous sandy gravelly clay with common made ground materials such as brick, flint, quartz and clinker. Gravel is mostly sandstone and limestone with some cobbles and boulders also present. Finer material is suitable as Class 2 General Fill or Class 4 Landscape Fill. If removed and crushed, the boulders would be suitable as Class 1 Granular Fill or Class 6 Selected Granular Fill. Suitable for non-residential garden land use – Full Contamination Report Available on Request.
5 D088 Macclesfield 25000 06 March 2017 02 June 2017 Natural Peat / Compostible Material Topsoil, Compost, Cover material
6 D087 Oxton - Nottinghamshire 10,000 tonnes 15/12/2016 28/02/2017 clay Available on request
7 D086 Whitehaven, West Cumbria 10 Million m3 minimum request 1 million m3 06 June 2019 31 December 2023 Quaternary glacial deposits (Glacial Till, Glacial and Glaciofluvial sands and gravels) Available on request
8 D085 Wrexham 12,000m3 5/12/16 9/6/17 Class 1a fill Construction
9 D084 Clays Lake, Parish lane, Pease pottage, Crawley 14,000 m3 19 September 2016 17 05 04 Soil and Stone Available on request
10 D083 Clays Lake, Parish lane, Pease pottage, Crawley 2,500m3 19 September 2016 17 05 04 Soil and Stone Available on request
11 D082 West Bromwich, Sandwell. West Midlands 12,000 m3 31 January 2017 30 June 2017 Inert & inert/non-hazardous sandy, silty gravel, with some reworked natural sandstone and mudstone. Gravel is concrete, quartz with some clinker and ash Full analysis available on request.
12 D081 From site in Chertsey KT16 8PY 50,000tonnes available immediately 06 October 2016 31 May 2017 inert & non-hazardous dried stockpiled dredgings available differing stockpiles analysis available upon request
13 D080 Anglesey 1200 01 November 2016 01 February 2017 Clean Subsoil Analysis available on request
14 D078 Northampton Up to 7,000m3 01 September 2016 Class 2A-C material - good, general fill Can be used as engineered fill. Test reports available upon request
15 D075 Whitchurch, Shropshire 36,000 m3 Immediate Sub soil and topsoil SI is available on request
16 D074 Camden NW1 15,000 m3 May 2016 6F2 Fill material that has asbestos <0.1% w/w Available on request
17 D073 Camden NW1 60,000 m3 May 2016 London Clay
18 D072 Swindon TOTAL 113,571 m3 Of: 20,808m3 of uncontaminated topsoil, 22,062m3 of uncontaminated subsoil, 8,388m3 of contaminated topsoil and 62,313m3 of contaminated subsoil May 2016 Dec 2018 Uncontaminated Topsoil = Slightly gravelly Clay. Uncontaminated Subsoil = Firm sandy gravelly Clay. Contaminated Topsoil = Sandy Clay. Contaminated Subsoil = Soft to stiff sandy gravelly Clay with fragments of brick, wire and ceramic Intrusive SI for all and WAC testing on Contam material. Uncontaminated Topsoil = Suitable for Resi End use. Uncontaminated Subsoil = General fill suitable for Resi End use. Contaminated Topsoil = Elevated sulphate, metals, total organic content and total dissolved solids. Contaminated Subsoil = General fill – Elevated metals, classified as inert waste apart from sulphate and total dissolved solids
19 D071 Widnes, Cheshire Non-topsoil: 135,000m3, Top soil: 28,000m3 July 2016 Aug 2016 Mix of top soil and sub-soil with small amount of made ground Ground investigation report available on request.
20 D064 South-west Reading, Berkshire ~30,000 m3 March 2016 Natural River Terrace Deposits Ground investigation data is available on request
21 D060 Billington, Lancashire 3,750 m3 Start 12th August 2015 Duration 8 weeks Sandy / Gravelly Clay & Stiff Clay (greenfield virgin site) Available on request
22 D058 Cambridge 400 m3 March 2014 April 2014 Virgin topsoil, slightly silty clay characteristics Available on request
23 D056 Reading >10,000 m3 Immediately Clay loam (stripped agricultural field) – very close to topsoil/subsoil classification Full analysis available on request – no contamination identified.
24 D046 Swansea 2,000 m3 April 2014 Clean/inert Glacial Till Soils Available on request
25 D045 Swansea 10,000 m3 April 2014 Clean General and Engineering Fill Available on request
26 D042 Wandsworth 8,000 m3 April 2014 May 2014 Alluvium and River Terrace Gravels Available on request
27 D037 Fulham 90,000 m3 2013. Approximately 10,000 m3 per year 2021 50-75% material is granular made ground, 25-50% are gravels Majority is non-hazardous although does have some coal tars. Full analysis on request
28 D023 Tankersley 2,000 m3 1 Sep 2012 Brown slightly gravely silty clay. Firm to very stiff orange/brown/grey clay Available on request
29 D021 Canalside in England 35,000 t Yearly Wet sediment dredgings -
30 D005 Saffron Waldon 4,000 m3 Immediate Gravelly clay Available on request
31 D0019 West/Central London 40,000 m3 Now For 1 year London Clay (Brown and Blue) Available on request
32 Hitchmbury Farm, Taplow SL6 0HG 1500 to 2000m3 17 July 2017 30 June 2017 Inert Soil from Excavation on farm land. Available on request
 


 

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Results 1 - 24 of 24
# #Ref Location Quantity needed Available from Available to Material Type Specified End Use
1 R052 Beech Hill Farm, Westerleigh Road, Westerleigh, Bristol 45000.00 10 April 2017 Inert granular or cohesive materials Engineered Landfill Cap
2 R051 Rickmansworth 1,500 m3 08 May 2017 28 April 2017 Clay based inert fill Raise levels
3 R050 Holyoake Road, Walkden, Manchester 8,000 09 March 2017 31 May 2017 Sand - Granular material Specification Use below housing plots for a new development on brownfield site
4 R049 Macclesfield 25000m3 06 March 2017 02 June 2017 Inert natural fills excluding topsoil Land raising for proposed housing development
5 R048 Oxton Nottinghamshire 30,000 16 January 2017 28 February 2017 Clay Available on request
6 R047 Southwell Race Course, Race Course Road, Southwell NG25 0TX 18000 07/11/2016 27/02/2017 Clay Flood Embankment
7 R046 Codford, BA12 0JX 5000 m3 Apr 2015 clean bulk non-structural fill Site bund
8 R045 Manchester 16000 19 November 2016 19 March 2017 Clay, Soil - Inert / Non Hazardous with chemistry and logging information. Formation of indoor mountain bike tracks
9 R044 Burgess Farm, Walkden 5000 m3 11 August 2016 26 August 2016 As dug sub soil material Fill material to make up levels for a housing development
10 R043 Wembley 5,000 m3 July 2015 Oct 2015 Inert / Non Hazardous soil with chemistry and logging information required. General use
11 R037 Whitehaven 60,000 m3 Early 2014 Late 2015 Clay/Soils &amp; Stones Profiling for biomass plantation
12 R036 Thornton-Cleveleys 40,000 m3 Early 2014 Late 2015 Clay/Soils &amp; Stones Landfill restoration/public park creation
13 R032 Llanwern, Newport 400,000 t (large donors only) Now 2018 Soils Soils for landfill restoration
14 R028 Aylesford, Kent 17000m3 06/01/2014 02/05/14 Class 1C General Fill
15 R027 Reading area 3000T of recycled General Fill class 1A Oct 2013 SHW in accordance with extract page 31 attached. Compliance certification would be required.
16 R018 Selby, North Yorkshire 40,000 m3 Summer 2013 Clean, cohesive or granular soils Residential
17 R012 Queenborough 200,000 m3 Sept 2012 Sept 2013 Inert soils (clays, sand and chalk) Engineering purposes
18 R011 Northampton 90,000 m3 Open Sept 2013 Inert soils Engineering purposes
19 R009 Leicester/Northamptonshire 220,000 m3 Jan 2012 Sept 2013 Restoration soils including made ground -
20 R007 Dartford, Kent 2,995,500 m3 April 2012 May 2022 Inert fill/sub-soils/hard-core Creating an engineered platform for the development of 1200 houses
21 R006 Fareham 2,000 m3 - - Require uncontaminated, preferably clayey rather than granular soil -
22 R001 Lewes 14,00 m3 11/12/2013 Clean, unimpacted soils General fill
23 Kalex project ref egl2017 Essex CM22 58000 01 September 2017 31 May 2018 Inert natural soils (excluding top-soil) Landscape engineering
24 001 Bury, Lancashire 3000m3 18 June 2017 29 June 2017 granular, inert waste suitable for creating a bund. Woudl also consider clay cohesive material. WAC testing preferred. Segregation/isolation Bund
 

 


 

SOIL TREATMENT FACILITY

 


Results 1 - 9 of 9
# #Ref Location Yearly Intake Timescale Treatable Material/Contaminants Notes
1 F013 Leeds 30,000 te Immediate Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
2 F012 Ware, Hertfordshire 60,000 te Immediate Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
3 F011 Meece, Staffordshire 60,000 te Immediate Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
4 F010 Redhill, Surrey 80,000 te Immediate Treatment of a wide range of materials including soils, railway ballast, dredgings, treatment plant residues. Suitable contaminants include, TPH, PAH, TCE, PCE, Organohalogenated solvents and Kerosene. The treatment process provides a cost effective, fully compliant, solution for off site soil disposal. All treated material is beneficially re used on the adjacent landfill and therefore is exempt from landfill tax.
5 F009 Wolverhampton 200,000t Immediate Hazardous and contaminated non-hazardous soils and other waste materials. Treatment of a broad range of contaminants including hydrocarbons, heavy metals, asbestos and soils contaminated with invasive plant species.
6 F008 Cornwall 300,000t Immediate Hazardous / Non Hazardous soils and dredging spoil Treatment of a broad range of contaminants including hydrocarbons (petrol, diesel, oils, etc.), heavy metals, asbestos and soils contaminated with invasive plant species. Treatment can achieve 100% reuse thereby avoiding landfill disposal costs.
7 F007 Swansea 40,000 to 80,000 t Immediate Hazardous and Non-Hazardous soils. Materials described under EWC Codes 11, 17 (including 17 05 03) and 19. Heavy metals.Hydrocarbons – BTEX and fuel to oil range organics. Chlorinated solvents – VOCs and SVOCs. Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). A 30% to 70% saving on the cost of landfill disposal, depending on the nature of the soils and contamination profile. Removal of the landfill tax charge of £72 per tonne (as at April 2013). Significant reduction in haulage costs to hazardous landfills from Wales and the west. Improved sustainability and regeneration through enabling of previous difficult development prospects. Suitability for large volumes from various sources with active weighbridge and security. Inclusive research and development for difficult soils, projects and geo-environments. Industry leading QEHS procedures and standards.
8 F006 Peterborough 450,000 t Immediate Hazardous/Non-Hazardous soils and dredging waste Annual capacity split between soil washing, bioremediation and stabilisation
9 F002 Middlesbrough 450,000 t Immediate Hazardous/Non-Hazardous soils and dredging waste Annual capacity split between soil washing, bioremediation and stabilisation