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Who we are
About Us
JBL Environmental Ltd is based in Blenheim New Zealand. The company was formed in 2005 from the staff of JBL Environmental Services, established in 1997.
JBL Environmental Ltd specializes in the collection and disposal of hazardous materials including hazardous waste, and has gained recognition for this work throughout New Zealand.
JBL Environmental Ltd clears material directly from your site and organises all operations to final disposal. JBL is also involved with waste stream analysis (SWAP) and industrial processes, with the view to minimizing inputs and maximizing use of materials. With the implementation of the "carbon tax" on landfills, JBL is also involved in the analysis of waste for determination of the Unique Emissions Factor (UEF).
  • The range of work carried out by the JBL team includes:
    • Collection and disposal of hazardous materials
    • Collection and disposal of hazardous waste
    • Site clean-up and remediation
    • Investigation of unknown materials
    • Transporting and documentation
    • Tracking of materials handled
    • Analysis of waste stream for determination of UEF
    • Training
Major Areas of Work
Agrichemical Collection Programme
JBL is currently contracted to the 3R Group to undertake agrichemical collections throughout the South Island under the Agrecovery scheme. In recent years JBL has completed agrichemical collections in Marlborough, Otago, Southland, Westcoast, Canterbury and the Nelson and Tasman Districts.
Servicing of Transfer Stations and Landfills
This involves ongoing work to remove hazardous waste and other materials not suitable for direct land filling. This includes finding alternative environmentally acceptable disposal, or processing methods of waste to allow disposal to landfill. JBL currently services Marlborough, Nelson, Kaikoura, Tasman and the West Coast regions.
Mobile Hazardous Waste Collections:
This is a mobile collection service, which allows the public to bring household hazardous waste to a central public collection area. JBL has been involved in mobile hazardous waste collections in the Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury, Tasman, Queenstown, Wanaka and the West Coast regions.
Schools, Hospitals and the Private Business Sector
JBL calls on site to deal with difficult situations where customers do not have the ability to handle hazardous materials. This service includes identification, sorting, packing and shipment of hazardous materials.
General Public
Private sector customers requiring disposal of hazardous waste often seek advice on disposal. JBL can work on behalf of other parties to offer advice on correct disposal methods, or arrange collection and disposal.
SWAP and UEF Studies
Solid Waste Analysis Protocol (SWAP) - Waste stream analysis studies undertaken by JBL for the Marlborough and West Coast Councils. JBL have completed 26 studies to date. The last four SWAP studies in Marlborough have included analysis for determination of the Unique Emissions Factor (UEF).
Advice and Training
JBL management will discuss hazardous waste issues with you in an effort to find environmentally acceptable disposal solutions.JBL offers half day certificated courses on the basic handling and identification of hazardous waste to landfill and transfer station staff. To date, JBL has carried out basic hazardous waste training at Marlborough, Nelson and Tasman refuse facilities.

JBL Management
John Larcombe NZCE REA
Manager
John has had over 30 years' experience in Waste Management and holds current certificates for handling hazardous materials. John manages JBL field operations.

Sallie Larcombe
Business Manager
From the inception of JBL Environmental in 1997, Sallie has managed all administrative operations as well as assisting in the field. Sallie holds a New Zealand Diploma in Small Business Management.

Industrial Chemists
Jamie Abernethy BSc, BA
Chloe Abernethy BSc

Our Industrial Chemists assist in the identification, processing and disposal of the chemicals and are constantly researching new methods of environmentally safe treatment procedures.

JBL Environmental offers a quality service enhanced by the vast experience and depth of knowledge the staff have gained from many years in waste management operations.JBL maintains its prominent position in the field by constantly researching options for appropriate treatment, recovery and disposal of all types of waste, and regularly updating operating methods.
JBL is committed to improving the environment for present and future generations and is active in promoting awareness and reduction of waste streams with the goal of achieving future sustainability.
Contact Us
  • Name: John Larcombe
  • Position: Manager
  • Phone:0272812773
  • Name: Sallie Larcombe
  • Position: Business Manager
  • Phone:0275399303
  • Telephone: 64+ 35789622
  • Address: P.O. Box 962 
                     Blenheim 7240
  • Email: info@jblenvironmental.co.nz
What we do
Collection & Disposal
  • Asbestos
  • Agrichemical Collections - on site farm chemical collections
  • Contaminated site clean-up
  • Dry cleaning waste
  • Environmentally persistent materials
  • Explosives
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Gas cylinder decommissioning
  • Hospital hazardous waste
  • Laboratory chemicals
  • LPG cylinder decommissioning
  • Oxidizing agents
  • Paints
  • Poisons
  • School chemicals
  • Solvent Recovery
  • Spillages
  • Transfer Stations and Landfills - clearing hazardous waste
  • Veterinary waste
  • Waste oil
SWAP & UEF Studies
  • SWAP (Solid Waste Analysis Protocol) studies:
    • Analysis of full waste stream into primary classifications
    • Secondary classifications of selected items
    • Identification of Hazardous Component
    • Capability of weighing vehicles
    • Extensive reporting
  • UEF (Unique Emissions Factor) Investigations:
    • Analysis of full landfill waste stream
    • Organic content identified
    • Extensive reporting
Advice & Training
  • Advice to private and commercial operators on identification, safe storage, handling and disposal of hazardous waste
  • Basic handling and identification courses targeting landfill & transfer station situations
Other
  • Acid Spills
  • Hospital spillage
  • Recovery of hazardous waste from aircraft wreckage
  • Special activities at Mapua remediation
  • Truck - leaking container
What we have done
Agrichemical Collections
Some properties have large quantities of agrichemicals for collection
Strychnine is common in areas where rabbits are a problem
Transferring spray mix for removal
Waiting for collection
Agrichemical collections are undertaken in all conditions
Agrichemicals left for pickup
Obsolete and dangerous agrichemicals are still being recovered
Original packaging is helpful for identification
Preparing agrichemicals for packing
Landfill & Transfer Stations
Depot in Marlborough
Loads are spread to collect samples for SWAP and UEF Studies
Separating organic components of mussels during SWAP and UEF Study
Sorting SWAP and UEF Study samples by waste classifications
SWAP and UEF Study samples are analysed and recorded
Transfer Station load for analysis during SWAP and UEF Study
Industrial & Commercial
Mixed oil and grease waste
Retrieving drums of waste
Bulk Liquid Wastes
Clearance of Laboratory Chemicals
Other
    Decontamination after spillage
    Training Exercise
    Training Exercise
    Advice given at spillage event