Dangerous Goods Transport (ADR)
The law requires that the removal and transport of dangerous goods must be done under the regulations of ADR, as set out in ADR 2015.
An ADR vehicle load is defined as the transport of any materials on the road that could be hazardous or cause danger to life or the environment.
Qualified ADR licence holders such as our drivers understand the hazards and control measures necessary during the transportation of dangerous goods, including those that may be present in wastes.
As part of our service we are able to efficiently and effectively remove dangerous substances for appropriate disposal, including:
- Flammable, Toxic and Compressed Gases
- Flammable Liquids
- Flammable Solids, Spontaneously Combustible Materials, and materials that are Dangerous When Wet
- Oxidising Agents and Organic Peroxides
- Toxic Substances and Infectious Substances
- Miscellaneous Substances and Articles
At Pegasus we are able to identify, classify, package and label substances appropriately for transport in order to fully comply with current ADR regulations.
To transport dangerous goods by road you must hold an in date Waste Carriers Licence as issued by the Environment Agency. For a copy of our licence, click here.
For more information on waste transport please visit our services page.