We offer integrated hazardous and non-hazardous waste management solutions to a wide range of oil and gas and other industry customers.
Our long-term and sustainable waste collection, recourse recovery and recycling solutions are always tailored to each customer’s specific needs.
Lamor Services provide integrated hazardous and non-hazardous waste management services to a range of oil and gas and other industrial clients. We follow the key principles of:
At Lamor our priority is to understand client requirements, ensuring that their waste management strategic goals are understood and reached. We work with our clients to identify their waste composition; waste production and waste generation rates so that we can help them to shape a service solution. We identify the best available technologies to treat waste and where we can we add value to the wastes that are generated through material recycling and reuse. We carefully plan transportation requirements, making sure that safe, compliant and reliable service execution is maintained. This may involve the international Trans-frontier Shipment of hazardous wastes via the Basel Convention.
A variety of solutions can be applied to the reduction, reuse, classification, recycling and transportation of non-hazardous and hazardous waste, resulting in economical solutions that meet exacting local, national and international standards. We work with our clients to mitigate environmental impacts and to optimize waste as a resource.
Industries served include: upstream oil & gas; downstream petrochemicals & refining; manufacturing & production; utilities and; public sector, covering:
Lamor is at the forefront of providing hazardous waste management services to industry and commerce. Born out of our dedication and commitment to our oil spill services business, we now have now grown into a leading international provider of hazardous waste services.
Our approach is to tackle the individual needs of our customers through the provision of technical expertise and know-how, ensuring that maximum value is extracted whilst maintaining compliance and providing environmental protection at all times.
Lamor has extensive experience in the management and operation of non-hazardous waste management. Whether it's waste associated with oil and gas or other industries, Lamor is able to offer solutions that best fit the needs of the client.
Industries served include: oil & gas; manufacturing & production; utilities and the public sector.
We follow the tenets of the "Waste Hierarchy" - whereby we manage wastes from - "cradle-to-grave" -, ensuring that wherever possible wastes are reduced or minimized at source, recovered and recycled, treated and disposed of in an environmentally acceptable manner.
Lamor understands the requirements to treat and dispose of all wastes in a safe, efficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly way.
We are able to choose the right technology that fits the application and this can be on- or off-site depending on the specific client requirements.
We have access to a range of technologies and can design, build, finance and operate a range of waste management facilities and solutions. Treatment and disposal solutions can be based on single-stream or single-client requirements, as well as multi-stream or multi-client needs, thereby offering economies of scale where possible.
Lamor is mindful that waste management services need to be carefully planned and developed in line with internal stakeholder requirements and external regulations.
Lamor can support clients to identify and develop a waste management strategy, seek permits and planning approval, and train personnel in best practices. Lamor can call upon a network of subject matter experts and associates to help clients formalize and enact their waste management strategies.
Rather than thinking about procuring individual waste services, why not engage Lamor to provide a total waste management service contract. This approach provides many economies of scale, from streamlined management and manpower, through to the provision of combined resources that keep capital expenditures and operational costs to a minimum.
The establishment and provision of port waste management reception facilities is an integral part of any port authorities' compliance requirements, as governed by the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, MARPOL Convention. The key requirements are:
This requirement has enabled Lamor to extend our waste management services footprint into the design, construction and operation of MARPOL - accredited port waste reception facilities. We work with governments, public authorities and military establishments to help safely and efficiently implement compliant facilities.
Waste in many parts of the world is now regarded as a resource and at Lamor we seek to add value to the wastes that we manage for our clients. Be it plastic or recovered oil, Lamor works with a range of stakeholders to identify and promote greater resource efficiency.
We bring together the supply chain to enable circular economies to be created. We identify longer lasting and sustainable treatment solutions that provide maximum resource recovery. We develop waste education and awareness programs aimed at waste producers to reduce, reuse, recover and recycle where it is practical to do so.
Lamor has developed some innovative and compelling solutions that can help you to manage wastes out of the supply chain or use what you do generate in a more efficient way.
Lamor has partnered with River Recycle, an innovative startup which has developed a solution to help clean the world’s rivers. The premise is that discarded plastic can be a resource. Floating plastic is concentrated, collected and sorted in rivers before it can reach the sea. The plastic is recycled or processed into fuel using pyrolysis. This process cleans the environment, develops a valuable resource and provides local jobs.
Head of Waste Management
"We work with our clients to identify the best available technologies and solutions to manage waste, helping them to reduce costs, improve efficiencies, boost safety and find new uses for waste. Waste can be a resource!"Contact Us