A1 Services Manchester own and operate a fully licensed 13-acre waste recycling facility in Swinton, Manchester for hardcore, inert soils and commercial waste. In addition, we also offer tipping facilities for inert and Non-Hazardous soils at our fully permitted landfill restoration site located in Astley, Manchester.
Why choose A1’s waste transfer station?
- 13-acre recycling centre
- Weighbridge Facilities
- Disposal for inert soils, brick & concrete
- C & D Waste
- Municipal Waste
- Quick Safe turnaround for vehicles
- Conveniently located for Manchester and surrounding areas
A1 Services (Manchester) operate a fully licensed 13 acre waste transfer facility and are able to accept and process most waste types. We are conveniently located within easy access of all major transport links and only 2 miles from Manchester City Centre.
Types of waste we accept include hardcore, inert soils & commercial waste.
The hard-core is processed to produce a range of quality recycled aggregates which conform to the (WRAP Protocol) and used in all construction & civil engineering projects.
Inert Soils are processed and screened to extract stone and hardcore which is used to produce recycled aggregates.
We can accommodate and welcome both tipper & grab trucks, this proves to be very popular within the highway, utility and demolition sectors.
All Vehicles are weighed both on arrival and when leaving the site using our fully calibrated weigh bridges.
Commercial waste is pre-sorted, segregated and recycled where possible, and we work hard to recycle up to 95% of waste received.
For Bulk muck-shifting projects in the Manchester area, our fully permitted landfill restoration site is ideally located in Astley, Manchester and is able accept both inert and non-hazardous soils. Simply provide us with suitable soil test results and we will inform you in a timely manner if we are able to accept the material.
PLEASE NOTE, you must be a licensed waste carrier to use any of our disposal facilities. To comply with the duty of care regulations, a suitable waste transfer note and soil test results (where applicable) must be provided prior to tipping.