As the waste producer, you are legally responsible to ensure that hazardous waste is not disposed of into your general waste skip. We will advise you on the best way to dispose of your Hazardous Waste and supply you with the equipment you need to put this into practice.
Our current hazardous waste removal contracts include:
- Clinical Waste Disposal
- Hospital Waste Management
- Factory Waste Management
- Electrical Waste Management
Hazardous wastes are types of waste that could potentially be harmful to either the environment or to human health. It is illegal to dispose of hazardous waste as general waste, as hazardous waste requires special treatment before it is recycled or disposed of. As a waste producer, it is your responsibility to ensure that when undertaking hazardous waste removal this is done through the correct processes so your waste is disposed of properly.
Common Types of Hazardous Waste
Listed below are some common hazardous wastes that we have disposed of in the past:
- Plaster Board Disposal,
- Asbestos Disposal,
- Fridge / Freezer Disposal,
- Electrical Appliances (WEEE) Disposal,
- Tyre Disposal,
- Fluorescent Light Tube Disposal,
- Battery Disposal,
- Paint Disposal,
- Solvent Disposal,
- Aerosol Disposal,
- Gas Cannister Disposal,
- Liquid Disposal,
- Oil and Fuel Disposal.
Find out what the Environmental Agency has to say about Hazardous Waste Removal >>