Container Supply

Here at Greenway, we supply a wide range of un-approved waste containers

Greenway can assist you in finding the correct container to meet your needs, from 5L packing buckets and 25L kegs, up to 50-yard skips and compactors. We understand hazardous waste is a complex area, that’s why our qualified and experienced DGSAs can advise on optimal packing for your waste streams and can offer to pack your wastes to ensure full compliance.

Our containers are available for regular scheduled collections or on an exchange basis. This is dependant on which solution better suits your waste production cycles and ensures you are never without a container onsite, reducing your overall transportation and administration costs.

Our onsite drum washing plant allows customers to have their drums washed for reuse to reduce costs and environmental impact.

 Greenway drum washing plant

Greenway Greenbin

Our 1100L Greenway Greenbin is our most popular container type for contaminated waste, and is suitable for storing hazardous waste, typically oily packaging rags and filters. Our Greenbins have wheels for ease of mobility around your site, are lockable for added security, have forklift pockets to reduce manual handling, and can be stored both outdoors and within waste production areas to remove double handling.

Container Supply 

Other types of containers we supply include:

  • 205L Bung and Clip Top Drums
  • 800L Waste Safes
  • 1000L IBCs
  • 240L, 360L, 660L & 1100L Wheelie Bins
  • 6, 8 and 10yd3 FEL Containers
  • 8, 12 and 14yd3 REL Containers
  • 2, 4, 6, 8, 12 & 16yd3 Open Skips
  • 8 or 16yd3 Closed Skips
  • 15, 20 & 25yd3 Low Sided, Open Top ROROs
  • 30, 35, 40 and 50yd3 High Sided ROROs
  • Portable and Static Compactors

Greenway drum washing plant

 Contact us today for advice on optimal packing for the types and volume of waste you produce

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