DCLM Transport is a specialized waste management and transport company owned by the Energipole Group. We own an extensive fleet of vehicles, ranging from RoRo’s (Roll-on / Roll-off Trucks), Skip loaders, REL’s (Rear-End Loaders), Long Haulers, Side tipper trucks, Super Sucker/ Vacuum tankers and Drum carriers. DCLM Transport is therefore ideally placed to offer a service that encompasses the entire transportation and logistic spectrum, including specialized cleaning, waste storage, waste management and waste transportation, for both general and hazardous liquid/solid waste streams.
Our client’s waste is handled and managed in accordance with all applicable legislation, thereby applying Best Environmental International Practises. All procedures and policies are in sync with DCLM’s ISO 14001 (Environmental) and OSHAS 18001 (Health & Safety) management system, thus ensuring all activities of the business are performed safely with special attention to the Environment.
The team at DCLM is vastly experienced in the waste management sector, Much of DCLM’S innovations and technological advancements stem from its Shareholder , The Energipole Group. The Energipole Group specializes in renewable energy and waste and has successful projects in various countries all over the World. http://energipole-group.com/en/
DCELS currently operate a SANAS accredited laboratory, thus ensuring that all analysis are conducted to a quality which of an International Standard, thus ensuring that the treatment and disposal of waste is performed in an Environmentally safe and responsible manner.
DCELS Laboratory and Environmental Consulting
DCELS (Dolphin Coast Environmental and Laboratory Solutions Pty Limited) specializes in Environmental Laboratory Solutions and Consulting. DCELS is owned by the Engeripole Group.
Dolphin Coast Environmental Laboratory Solutions (Pty) Ltd, (DCELS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of DCLM which is comprised of personnel with extensive waste, chemical, legal and environmental experience. DCELS seeks to assist in the reduction of waste to landfill. The ‘cradle to cradle’ concept is used to logically develop recycling initiatives, thus developing techniques to recover valuable materials from resources, which can be utilized in alternate processes.