Hazardous and non-hazardous chemical waste is often produced as a result of industrial and manufacturing processes. Household chemicals such as paint or bleach or more complex industrial chemical substances, such as phosphorous oxychloride or hydrofluoric acid are all examples of chemical waste.
We operate the UK’s largest fleet of specialist waste management vehicles. This makes it easy for us to collect and remove all types of waste chemicals from your premises. They can be contained within small containers, drums, IBCs or in bulk liquid form. This type of waste often possesses hazardous characteristics, so our drivers and chemists are trained extensively to remove and transport your waste chemicals safely. We also operate a team of mobile ADR chemists who specialise in sorting, packaging and collecting laboratory waste.
At our treatment facilities, our chemists re-use, recycle and recover a large variety of wastes using methods that keep the protection of the environment in mind. We reduce the need for incineration or landfill by offsetting one waste stream with another during the treatment or recovery process. This helps your business to minimise the environmental impact of its waste. Non-recyclable waste is sent for recovery in waste to energy facilities wherever possible.
See our range of other hazardous waste services.
Darren, Nitec UK Ltd