Hazardous Waste Disposal: How to Guide
No matter what form of commercial project you’re undertaking, all waste that your project generates needs to be disposed of correctly. Admittedly, there are various ways in which materials can be disposed of; can they be recycled? Can they be reused? Should they go to landfill? North West Waste Consultants are always on hand to provide you with any advice or guidance that you require for hazardous waste disposal, so don’t hesitate to find out more! OK… so what do we mean by the term “hazardous waste”? Hazardous waste is anything that could potentially cause harm, either socially or environmentally. If you’re not entirely sure what hazardous waste is, it’s always a good idea to speak with someone who has the know-how (like us at North West Waste!)
What’s changed?In 2005, the law changed for hazardous waste disposal. The Environmental Agency clamped down on hazardous waste disposal, making it illegal to dump dangerous materials at the landfill site, in a skip or any other premises for that matter. Regardless of how big or small the volume of hazardous waste is, you’ll want to make sure that you dispose of it in the correct manner, otherwise you can expect large fines and potential closure..
What to look out for?If you’re unsure which materials are described as “hazardous”, you can rest assured that our team of experts, here at NWWC, will be more than willing to help! If your project generates any of the following materials, make sure that you dispose of them correctly;
- Fluorescent tubes
How to classify your waste?When it comes to hazardous waste disposal, you needn’t look any further than NWWC. You’ll need to identify the type of waste your project generates. And with commercial waste we create a unique waste management plan for your business, detailing how you’ll need to keep any hazardous materials separate from your general waste, ensuring that you don’t compromise the recyclability of your waste! For hazardous waste disposal to be effective, you’ll need to make sure that it’s transported safely and reliably, ensuring that there are no hazards or risks- why not get in touch with North West Waste Consultants today?
Keep a record.For hazardous waste disposal, we highly recommend you keep a record of how much material your project generates and how much of it is considered to be dangerous. You’ll need to look after any documentation that you’ve acquired (DUTY OF CARE) from hazardous waste disposal, this will allow you to legally dispose of your waste- avoiding paying the fine! To find out more about hazardous waste disposal, call NWWC on 01744758349 today!
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