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At Clearwater we are firmly established as one of the UK's leading waste management providers, offering an impressive range of waste management services and solutions to local authorities, heavy industry and commercial businesses.
Known for our expertise, excellence in service and for working in partnership with clients, our aim is to offer a seamless, quality service that reduces the impact of waste on the environment and the local community. Clearwater promotes minimisation, reuse and recycling wherever and whenever possible.
Adapting to the ever-changing world
The waste management industry in the UK has undergone many changes in the past decade. Increasing regulation has been introduced with the ultimate aim of reducing the UK's traditional reliance on landfill disposal. Clearwater is at the forefront of meeting these industry challenges, and we're committed to the principle of sustainable waste management.
Clearwater takes care of customer requirements in a professional and timely manner, achieving a balance between efficient and cost-effective waste management and keeping the environment safe.
We believe that our strong reputation and commitment to development will lead to us becoming Britain's largest independent waste management provider.
Our headquarters in Boden Street, Glasgow includes a brand new treatment facility, which was one of the first waste treatment sites in the UK to be issued with the new PPC licence.
With offices across the UK, we provide services to the major towns and cities across England and Scotland such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester, London, Nottingham, Newcastle, Derby, Bristol, Leeds and York.
The birth of Clearwater1999
Clearwater was started nearly 30 years ago by Jim Pitcain. It started from a Farm steading in Bellshill. The business was built on the back of the steelmaking industry. Clearwater provided Industrial services to their plants at Dalziel, Motherwell and Clydebridge, Cambuslang.
The early days2001
Clearwater quickly grew to supply their services to other industries out with steel manufacturing, these included Pharmaceutical, Petrochemical, Power generation and utilities.
New company registered2002
Clearwater DC 2001 Ltd was finally formed to deliver our refined set of waste management and industrial services. Our new business plan set out to support our staff with further education and skill improvement courses.
Glasgow facilities expansion2009
Having operated out of Pomadie in Glasgow - the old Shell terminus - for 6 years, the ambitions of the company and the volume of work meant that moving forward required a custom-built, licensed, waste management facility which would support the growth over the next decade, at least.
Supporting the growth of our industrial services to partners in to the far reaches of the United Kingdom, the Clearwater board invested heavily in the team and facilities at Corby. The expansion of the Midlands site supported the steel industry and legislative requirements for carbon management.
New transport hub2019
Investment in Uddingston, North Lanarkshire, provided location for our expanding rigid fleet. The provision of this ideal transport hub meant that our operating times could be reduced and increase efficiency for our customers.
In an emergency, Clearwater can respond with a fast, accountable, integrated service which combines site, tank and spillage cleaning, bulk or container decanting and interceptor cleaning.
- Phil at BAM Nuttall