Stoneledge Plant and Transport Ltd operate primarily through 2 Environment Agency permitted sites. An Inert Landfill/Quarry facility at Riplingham and a Waste Transfer Station facility at Melton.
Riplingham Quarry; Riplingham
EA Permit Number: EPR/DB3206SN
Landfill Permit Number: YP3332SC
Set in the Heart of the East Riding of Yorkshire in the Parish of Rowley between South Cave and Kingston-upon-Hull, the 52 acres that constitute Riplingham Quarry has been established since 1984 supplying chalk products to East Yorkshire and surrounding areas.
The quarry lies in a former cutting of the Hull to Barnsley railway that was operated by the Hull, Barnsley and West riding Junction Railway and Dock Company which ran its last locomotive back in 1959. The site has been professionally landscaped to blend in with the beautiful surrounding countryside and boasts an impressive population of many varieties of rare birds and wildlife.
Chalk is a natural product that can be sold in a variety of grades for a wide range of building, construction and Civil Engineering applications. Our most popular product is without doubt a 6F2 grading to our customers but we can also offer 6F1, 40mm down, as dug and due to the fact, we have an impressive array of processing machines (Screeners, Crushers, Excavators etc), ‘clean material’ and top soil – and indeed any type of chalk bespoke to our client’s specific requirements.
Stoneledge Plant and Transport Ltd also holds permission for use as an inert landfill operated under a permit issued by the Environment Agency and this not only enables us to offer extremely competitive tipping rates but even more relevantly on a ‘back haul’ basis where you, the customer, requires spoil off site and a fill material to be imported – rates can be more impressive.
The constant supply of natural top and sub soils allows us to sympathetically restore the site to its natural habitat where we hope it will be enjoyed once again by its natural inhabitants.
Melton Transfer Station: Melton
EA Permit Number: EPR/BB3709MJ/A001
The Brickyard Lane, Melton Waste Transfer Station site covers 5 acres of a predominantly concrete yard where we can deposit materials such as brick, concrete and topsoil for recycling. The materials that are delivered to this site are reprocessed and either crushed or screened with our own equipment to recycle the products into a new product that we can resell back into the market place. We process bricks into 6F5 capping and concrete into Type 1, following the WRAP protocol.
The location of this Transfer Station at Melton is just of the A63 which allows for easy access from Hull, Beverley, Cottingham, Howden, Goole and surrounding areas.