Safe hazardous waste disposal
Safe hazardous waste disposal is integral to the reputation of any established company. Hazardous wastes range from the obvious — barrels of chemical and clinical waste — to the more discreet, such as batteries or items that might have been contaminated with asbestos. Often, it can be difficult for an employer to determine which of their waste could be considered hazardous, and how one might properly dispose of it.
Thankfully, our hazardous waste disposal service offers an easy solution to the problem of difficult waste. We have a team of qualified chemists on hand to survey your waste in order to pinpoint any hazardous waste materials that might have been overlooked, and determine the best way to dispose of it.
Hazardous waste types we deal with
Thanks to our advanced safety equipment and well-trained team, we are able to lawfully dispose of all types of hazardous waste, including:
- X-ray waste
- Appliances containing ozone-depleting materials (e.g., refrigerators)
- Non-edible oils (e.g. car oil) and items contaminated with oils (e.g. tyres)
- Hazardous waste containers
- Chemical waste (e.g. brake fluid, print toners)
Chemical Waste Disposal
Chemical waste is a major contributor to the problem of hazardous waste in the UK, and often disposers must take extra precautions to ensure that it is properly contained and disposed of. Chemical wastes are those chemicals no longer in use that are considered flammable, corrosive, reactive or toxic, and as such pose a real threat not just to the environment but to those handling it. All of our handlers are specially trained to deal with all kinds of chemical ways, and are equipped with the best safety equipment to ensure secure carriage.
Once we’ve collected your hazardous waste, we remove it to safely dispose of it. We take pride in our ability to meet any and all regulation requirements of the safe carriage, transportation, disposal and certification of hazardous waste. We’ll even keep you and your staff informed on current legislation to improve the handling of hazardous wastes in the future.