Wastes will fall into one of three categories, those that are:
Always hazardous for example, lead acid batteries or fluorescent tubes.
Never hazardous for example edible oil
May, or may not, be hazardous and need to be assessed for example, ink or paint
Should your site produce more than 500kgs of Hazardous Waste in a 12 month period then you must be registered with the Environment Agency – This is a service we can complete on your behalf and once registered this lasts for 12 months.
If you have any queries on your hazardous waste then please call us and we will offer guidance and provide you with the best method of storage, removal and disposal.
Some of the common hazardous wastes we collect are used engine and hydraulic oil, oil filters, batteries, paints, varnishes, contaminated wipes, aerosols, antifreeze and discarded electrical equipment containing hazardous components.
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