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Industrial Waste

Waste Experts work with factories, mills, mines, and many other industrial businesses, including those that typically produce hazardous and/or environmentally-harmful waste such as industrial waste. Working in partnership with our customers, we develop stringent processes to help manage safety, compliance, and environmental protection in handling industrial waste.

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Protecting Human health & The environment

Industrial waste is an all-encompassing term used to describe material considered to be no longer of use after a manufacturing process has been completed. Waste generated in industries can consist of hazardous and non-hazardous materials. Both, however, can cause a substantial environmental impact if not correctly managed.

The major hurdle of industrial or manufacturing waste disposal is identifying the optimal disposal method. Waste characterisation is required to assess all the waste types that your facility produces, their level of production, and how you should properly manage them. 

The waste is produced during any kind of industrial manufacturing process. Waste streams include solid, chemical, hazardous, toxic and secondary waste. From drums to IBC containers, wheeled bins and skips, we can offer a whole range of solutions to deal with varying quantities and types of industrial waste.

Waste Experts recognise that industrial waste is an unavoidable by-product of manufacturing, but with careful management and full compliance with all industrial and environmental regulations it can be handled in a effective and consistent manner. 

Mills

Mills can produce various types of materials such as paper, cotton, sawdust, steel and sugar, therefore waste outputs can be quite vast.

Laboratories

Clinical labs typically generate three primary types of waste: chemical waste, infectious (biohazard) waste, and pathological (large tissue) waste.

Factories

Factories often generate chemical and hazardous industrial waste as a result of their manufacturing processes and use of materials.

Mines

Mining waste comes from extracting and processing mineral resources and includes materials such as topsoil overburden and waste rock and tailings.

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mitigating environmental harm

Integrating pollution prevention

Improper industrial waste disposal can potentially lead to pollution and  contamination of soil, air, and water. Pollution can include the release of methane gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect and damages the ozone layer. This can also negatively impact human health including the health of the workers in your facility.

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Environmentally Safe practices

Waste Experts are committed to providing sustainable solutions that protect the environment and human heath. We prioritise transparency and traceability for your waste, giving you full visibility of your operation. 

Chemical Waste

Chemical waste is generated as by-products of industrial operations. These wastes can include heavy metals, acids, bases and toxic organic compounds.

Solid Industrial waste

Materials such as paper, plastic, wood, cardboard, packaging materials, scrap metal, and every other solid waste that can no longer fulfil its intended purpose.

Hazardous Waste

Most industrial activities also produce a certain amount of hazardous materials, which includes all types of inflammable, corrosive, toxic and explosive waste.

Protecting Biodiversity

We ensure any industrial waste your business produces is stored, collected and disposed of in a safe and correct manner, in line with all environmental and government legislation. 

Industrial Waste Management

Conserving the planets natural resources