4R Environmental Consultants work with a range of clients assessing the environmental impacts of client activities and their risks of causing pollution to the environment (soil, water and air) or harm to human or animal health.
The team's unique and specialist skills cater for diverse client requirements worldwide including air accident impacts where the 4R Environmental Consultants’ technical team is dispatched within hours of an event to provide the necessary support and expertise required for air crash impact assessments and site recovery.
Land restoration transforms areas into usable terrain for a variety of purposes, from agricultural or amenity use to wildlife habitats. We offer an experienced and comprehensive service relating to the application of organic and non organic resources to land for agriculture, land remediation and soil formation.
Assessing a sites soil quality through appropriate soil sampling, analysis and quality assessments are further key areas of expertise at 4R Environmental Consultants. Our team of professional soil scientists covers all aspects associated with soil assessment, management and improvement.
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4R Recycling specialises in the cost effective and innovative recycling of by-products from industry and utility companies to agricultural land and restoration sites and in providing bespoke consultancy services to land managers, waste producers, waste management companies and regulatory bodies.FIND OUT MORE
Specialist advice and services for waste recycling, environmental consultancy & legislative compliance...
Innovative waste recycling and environmental services delivered in the UK, Europe, Middle East and North America...
Showcasing 4R Group’s expertise across a diverse range of waste recycling and environmental challenges...
Back in August the Environment Agency (EA) announced the beginning of a full comprehensive review of the End of Waste Framework. You can read our summary of the review in our previous blog post. A Quick Recap The agency will spend the next 12-18 months scrutinising the current Quality Protocols (of which there...READ MORE