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WALGA has established a Preferred Supplier Panel for the provision of Hazardous & Emergency Event Clean-Up Services. 

This arrangement will provide services to assist Members in the assessment, management and clean-up of both small scale hazards and larger scale emergency events. 

Each Supplier has contracted to provide services across 2 (two) categories; 

Category 1 -  Hazardous Material Clean-Up Services – Eg. clean-up of hazardous material that has been dumped illegally.

Category 2 -  Emergency Event Clean-Up Services – Eg. clean-up after a bush fire or major flood damage. 

Services that can be provided include; 

Emergency Waste Management:

Identification of hazardous waste;

  • Emergency containment/confinement of waste;

  • Removal of material;

  • Transportation of hazardous waste;

  • Transport of non-hazardous waste in emergency circumstances;

  • Monitoring, treatment and recovery of recyclable materials;

  • Monitoring, treatment and disposal of non-recyclable material;

  • Emergency collection, storage and disposal of waste;

  • Collection, storage and disposal of hazardous wastes, such as asbestos, contaminated sites (including contaminated soils) etc.;

  • Stabilisation of contaminated sites or areas; and

  • Resource recovery in emergency situations or hazardous environments.

Hazardous Waste Management:

  • Squalor and hoarding;

  • Remediation of clandestine laboratories (after they are made safe by relevant authorities);

  • Illegally dumped hazardous waste;

  • Hazardous wastes during emergencies;

  • Chemical spills; and

  • Hazardous material received at transfer stations.


  • Identification of hazardous materials;

  • Emergency and/or routine response to incidents and emergencies in Western Australia where hazardous and non-hazardous wastes are involved;

  • Confinement and containment of hazardous wastes to prevent the spread of the waste;

  • Clean up of hazardous wastes, including impacted soils, water, buildings and equipment;

  • Temporary storage of hazardous wastes, including the construction of temporary storage facilities if required;

  • Removal of hazardous waste from the incident site;

  • Transport of the waste to a storage, treatment, recycling or disposal facility in accordance with regulatory requirements;

  • Analysis of materials to identify chemicals present, and their concentrations;

  • Treatment, recycling or disposal of removed materials;

  • Decontamination of site, buildings, infrastructure and equipment;

  • Sampling and testing, using competent personnel of soil, water and surfaces to determine the levels of residual contamination after clean up and decontamination; and

  • Traffic control and security personnel and equipment to prevent vehicles and members of the public accessing contaminated areas.


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