Disposal of Soil and Building Materials

Transporting building materials means taking responsibility. The disposal of soil and building materials is becoming an increasingly important aspect of civil engineering and road construction. The transportation of contaminated minerals involves a considerable amount of responsibility towards people and the environment. We fully assume this responsibility by implementing our own waste disposal and treatment methods and by using the appropriate logistics.

We also count on a wide range of partners at landfills and treatment plants. As a certified waste management company, we’re able to transport hazardous waste over long distances and dispose of it in a professional manner. Our waste disposal activities are recorded in electronic files to save our customers time and money.

Let us prove our performance and liability – we’ll help make your project a success. Get in touch!

Electronic waste disposal records

On the basis of the German Recycling and Waste Management Act (KrWG) and the German Ordinance on Waste Disposal Records (NachwV), companies that dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous waste have been obliged to keep a record of their activities since 2010. This is known as an electronic waste disposal record. We fully assume our responsibilities:

  • Disposal records for waste requiring particular monitoring
  • Documentation of waste disposal measures
  • Legally binding documentation by means of an electronic signature
  • Uniform data exchange between industry and authorities via Central Waste Coordination Office

As a certified waste management company, we’re authorised to transport hazardous waste, prepare the entire documentation and deliver the materials to a suitable disposal plant. We professionally take care of the creation and handling of waste disposal records.

Regional Waste Disposal

Georgschacht mining heap

Until 1996, the Georgschacht mining heap near Stadthagen remained the largest above-ground plant in the centuries-old coal mining landscape of Lower Saxony. It now consists of around 4.1 million cubic metres of residual rock from the local coal mining industry and is being filled and restored with uncontaminated soil from the region. Over a million more tonnes of soil could be stored there before the project is finally completed. The site also features two mobile treatment plants, where uncontaminated rubble and excavated soil are processed into recycled building materials.

The following products are made:  

  • RC 0/8 crushed sand
  • RC 0/45 frost blanket
  • RC 0/45 concrete frost blanket
  • Verge gravel
  • Garden gravel

As part of our extended quality assurance concept, all recycled materials pass through our site at Am Georgschacht 16. The incoming materials are put through an initial inspection and weighed, and a high-resolution camera is used to document the delivery. The final inspection then takes place at the various defined delivery areas at the Georgschacht mining heap in the presence of our trained staff. We’d be delighted to make you an offer for the supply and disposal of materials for your regional construction project.

Recycling Centre G16, Stadthagen

Our recycling centre in Stadthagen nicely complements the Georgschacht mining heap and our asphalt mixing plant. This is where non-hazardous waste materials like railway ballast and old asphalt are processed into high-quality goods. This further consolidates our regional unique selling point, as our recycling centre helps us cover the entire supply and disposal process under one roof.

Sven Bergmann
Waste Disposal / Sales
Tel.: +49 5721 9331-24