Transambiental conquers the market beyond the English Channel

16 October 2014 | News Transambiental
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Thanks to our vision and brand values, we've been nearly two years managing and consolidating a strong European market. The professionalism and talent of our team and our spirit of daily improvement has led us to become one of the leading European companies in the management of waste transport. Therefore, after obtaining authorizations from major European administrations in countries like Germany, Holland, Italy, Sweden and Portugal, we continue now our conquest across the English Channel.

 

Aware of the complexity and sophistication which is crossing into the British Isles, we wanted to accept the challenge and get one of our biggest goals is to get as meritorious and precious authorization of the administration of the United Kingdom issued by the Environment Agency.

Environment Agency, is a British organization created in 1996 whose mission is to manage the policies of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) in England and until 2013, also Wales. This authorization allows us to perform all kinds of transport, mediation or operation of waste accessing any part of the country.

In September you were explaining the important step forward that we found obtaining the Dutch certificate issued by NIWO, significant foundation for the quality of transport, and how far we had the scope of UK. With this leap, we can announce loud and clear that Transambiental is one of the few companies at European level capable of operating within its borders achieving thus overcome a major link, sure put a beautiful smile on the face of Queen Elizabeth II.

Simply from Transambiental committed to improvement and prosperity of the transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous waste, ensuring environmental responsibility and accessibility in most countries of Western Europe.

Again comunicándoos our steps, we continue to explore new territories, following our course and dreaming of new goals.

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