Local company solves food-waste problem

SA-owned environmental services company Oricol Environmental Services takes waste from the food production industry and turns it into a cost-effective resource for smallholders and farmers.

Through its waste management contracts with a number of large food production companies, Oricol takes delivery of raw food waste as well as products that, for a number of reasons, are no longer fit for human consumption.

New waste management legislation puts spotlight on corporates

The recent legislation that bans the dumping of liquid waste at landfill sites in South Africa has been described as the start of a “massive shift” in waste management in the country.

The law, which came into effect on 22 August 2019, was ratified after a six-year transitional period that allowed for the waste industry to put the necessary measures in place in order to comply with the new regulations.

The new regulations have not only put into sharp relief the importance of compliance by waste industry operators, but it has also highlighted the importance of corporate responsibility with regards to waste management.

Moreover, it has also shifted the focus to the greater role that innovation will play in ensuring the environment is protected for future generations.

Durban team drivers shine at KZN Employee Awards

Join us in congratulating two of our Durban team drivers for their hard work, dedication and loyalty on achieving their awards for 10-year long service and Best Driver Performance respectively.

December, on the left in the group photos, is our LDV driver and celebrated 10 years with Oricol.

Oyame, our ROLON driver, on the right, was awarded KZN Best Driver Performance in 2018.

Opening of Oricol’s KZN Energy and Resource Recovery Facility

Press release: Oricol Environmental Services, an industry leader in environmental services, waste management, waste treatment and recycling, has announced the official opening of its new resource recovery facility in Cato Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal.

The facility, which has been certified to the prestigious international standard ISO 14001-2015 (environment) certification, will be unveiled at a ceremony on 14 November 2018.

Secure product destruction of illegal DVD's by Oricol

Oricol oversees secure destruction of illegal DVDs

Oricol Environmental Services has coordinated the secure destruction of over 55 000 illegal DVDs and CDs that were seized from locations across KwaZulu-Natal.

This follows raids conducted by the Film and Publication Board’s (FPB) compliance monitoring team in partnership with the SA Police Services and Metro Police in Durban, Ladysmith, Port Shepstone, Pinetown, Pietermaritzburg, oThongathi, Chatsworth and Isipingo.

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COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

 

NOTIFICATION

 
Oricol has been deemed an “essential service” by the provision of waste removal services.
 
We will therefore make ourselves available to provide waste management services to your company, should you be operational during the lockdown period. Please note it is essential to notify us if you will be requiring our services over this period in order for us to adequately prepare our staff to be available to render the service.
 
 To our valued clients, please notify us accordingly should you not be requiring our services during this period.