Synergy provides comprehensive, quality, cost-effective contracting services to handle, manage and dispose of hazardous waste and dangerous goods. Keeping clients safe is our priority, so we implement effective management practices to address the potential human health and environmental risks associated with hazardous substances. Our extensively trained national team possess the necessary skills, experience and capability to assist your organisation to meet legislative compliance requirements.
Every job is undertaken in accordance with a site-specific works plan and detailed method of works. This plan is aligned with health, safety and environmental management documentation, complies with applicable legislation, meets industry best practice and ensures works are undertaken in accordance with our AS4801 accreditation for the safe handling and management of Hazardous Materials / Substances and Dangerous Goods.
Synergy has delivered an extensive portfolio of projects within our Hazardous Materials / Substances and Dangerous Goods contracting service capabilities. These capabilities include:
- Industrial and hazardous waste removal and disposal
- Hazardous substance / Dangerous goods inspections and auditing
- Building materials characterisation analysis, including sampling and assessment via external National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) accredited laboratories (if required)
- Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contamination handling and disposal
- Heavy metal contamination (including mercury and leaded paint materials) handling, treatment and disposal
- Cyanide contamination handling and management
- Licenced Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) handling, management and disposal with incorporated occupational health and hygiene monitoring
- Radioactive wastes (including blasting grits) handling and disposal
- Acid and Metalliferous Drainage (AMD) and Acid Sulfate Soil (ASS) handling treatment and disposal
- Pesticide and herbicide contamination handling and disposal
- Solvents and hydrocarbon fuels, handling, treatment and disposal
- Biological hazards, waste handling and disposal