General Hazardous Waste

All businesses accumulate waste; whether it be empty spray cans, paint tins, fluorescent tubes. These all have to disposed of carefully and legally, to various registered waste sites across the country, depending on the type of waste. Other examples are fridges, monitors and batteries.

Commerical and Hazardous Waste

In manufacturing, many different processes use various chemicals. Analysis of waste by a trained chemist can be arranged. All sizes of containers and drums can be taken from a small bottle to 205 ltr drums, from IBC`s to tanks.

Flourescent Tubes and Lamps

Fluorescent tubes and gas discharge lamps are classed as hazardous waste under the Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005: they cannot now be placed in with your general waste. Recycling must be in line with the WEEE Directive (Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment) and RoHS Directive (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). We can offer a service where all of your lamps and tubes may be recycled in one place. Any sodium and mercury is also recovered. Any mixture of tubes and lamps may be placed into the containers.

Radioactive Waste

Not a great deal of waste has radiation. One of the main examples that all businesses have are smoke detectors. These must be disposed of safely and legally.

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Cutting Edge waste disposal is a Registered Waste Carrier/Broker, licenced to carry waste under the Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005. Waste is also carried under the Environment Protection Act 1990, Duty of Care

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