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Keep your site safe and follow latest sustainability and recycling best practice with SafeGroup’s gas cylinder collection service. Our operatives will deal quickly, safely, sustainably and compliantly with all your unwanted pressurised cylinders. Where possible, we make sure they are returned to original owners and reused.
We provide a national service for the collection and recycling of gas cylinders, which must be treated as hazardous waste. We collect a wide range of pressurised gas cylinders and ensure they are safely and compliantly treated. Cylinders are often present within other wastes, for example fly-tipping waste or waste left after a site has been occupied illegally.
SafeGroup will collect many different types of pressurised containers. If you are not sure what your cylinders contain, we can still make a judgement based on their size and collar colour. We can also arrange to have the gas tested onsite by a qualified chemist before it is collected and disposed of.
Our professional gas cylinder collection service covers:
Our gas cylinder collection service is completely transparent. You will be given access to all relevant documentation. All hazardous waste is processed through authorised recycling and disposal sites.
We work with a wide range of businesses and organisations to ensure gas cylinders they use are disposed of safely and efficiently.
They includes waste brokers, pub chains, manufacturers, healthcare providers, universities, retailers, event companies, camping and caravan parks, private landlords, facilities management specialists and construction contractors, as well as domestic homeowners.
We provide our gas cylinder collection service nationally via our network of depots in London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Livingstone, in Scotland.
SafeGroup is licensed as an Upper Tier waste carrier. Our waste operatives are trained and experienced, so can be trusted to handle and carry waste safely. We use the latest, most eco-friendly waste vehicles.
Our gas cylinder collection service is completely transparent. You will be given access to all relevant documentation. All hazardous waste is processed through authorised recycling and disposal sites. Where possible, gas cylinders we collect will be repatriated to original owners and reused.
If you have gas cylinders you need collecting, call SafeGroup today and talk to a friendly and knowledgeable member of our waste management help desk. Call 0800 6681268.
If it's an emergency service you require, please contact us on 0800 668 1268 so that we can react as quickly as possible. For planned services you can contact us via the phone, our live chat facility or by completing the online form.
In order to provide you with an estimate or quote, we will need to gather information from you first. We sometimes request pictures which can be emailed through to our team. In some instances, we may conduct a site visit and survey, this can be arranged at a time that's convenient for you.
We provide you with a formal estimate or quote for the scope of works required. Once signed and confirmed, the job is scheduled and our operational team is fully briefed, ready to go!
Our team arrives on site to carry out the scope of work. Relevant paperwork (and sometimes certificates) are provided for your records. This is to confirm the job has been completed to the highest standard.
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