Who are we ?

Expert in the management and treatment of electric appliances and other PCB-contaminated waste.

Founded in 1995, SUEZ PCB Decontamination sa is the SUEZ company specialized in the management and treatment of electric appliances and other waste contaminated with PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls).

Having all the necessary permits, our advanced decontamination methods allow the recycling of reusable metals and the destruction of PCB waste (solid and liquid) in an incineration plant licensed for hazardous waste.

SUEZ PCB Decontaminationaims to offer a global solution for all PCB containing devices, which must be made unusable in accordance with the Stockholm Convention, in order to be destroyed permanently.

History

  1. Creation of Watco Decontamination Services (WDS)

  2. Starting Operation

  3. Partnership with Indaver

  4. Partnership with AVR

  5. WDS becomes SITA Decontamination (SD)

  6. SD becomes SUEZ PCB Decontamination

Our shareholders

Suez is a world leader in waste management. Its structure allows it to manage the entire cycle of waste through regional service subsidiaries and specialized subsidiaries involved in targeted segments of the cycle.

Indaver is a European leader in treatment of Hazardous Industrial Waste (HIW). It offers its customers global solutions for the management of household and industrial waste.

Renewi is specialized in collecting, transferring, recycling and treatment of all types of waste.

We are proudly part of :

51%
Suez
26%
Indaver
23%
Renewi

Our commitments

SUEZ PCB Decontamination ensures the continuously improvement of its work methods in the domains of the environment, quality and safety. These steps are recognized by the obtaining of certificates since 2003.

SUEZ PCB Decontamination is certified ISO 14001, ISO 9001 (sinds 2012) and OHSAS 18001 for the Environment, Quality and Safety, thereby ensuring its partners the full respect of the operable standards.

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