Waste Management

Services related to waste management

·         Identification of wastes, EWC coding,

·         Carry out of laboratory testing by external laboratory, waste classification

·         Waste generation and management record keeping, handling deliveries, delivery and waste manifests’ management.

·         Preparation of Waste Management Regulations, related training, review, establishment and implementation of waste management systems.

·         Seeking for waste service providers, screening and determination of selection criteria, contract preparation, supervision of contract implementation.

·         Regular data provision for authorities on wastes.

·         Data provision on featured waste streams related to Producers’ Responsibility for authorities and co-ordinating bodies (Packaging, batteries, batteries, electrical and electronic equipment, tires, lubricants, cooling agents)

·         Preparation, execution and documentation of basic characterisation and compliance test necessary for waste disposal

·         Preparation of periodic waste balances, quantity, management and cost analysis

·         Individual, local, regional waste management plans and regular review

·         Waste prevention, reduction and recovery, development of proposals for cost reduction. 

More on waste management related services

As a consequence of the current world standard open material processing, we are running out running out of non-renewable natural resources and valuable materials and energy is wasted. In addition, increased amounts and more diversified, unconventional composition of waste gets into the environment. This causes varying degrees of adverse effects because of the way of treatment or due to the lack of treatment.

In order to avoid these negative effects, reduced to all waste producers should seek to take into account the following priorities: prevention, preparation for reuse, recycling, other recovery or disposal.

The generation of hazardous and non-hazardous waste management taking into account the above priorities and position usually involves significant costs, thus becoming a factor in the successful economic performance of a well planned and organized waste management.

The treatment and disposal of non-hazardous and hazardous wastes usually accompnies with significant costs, therefore a well planned and organized waste management is becoming a factor in the successful economic performance.

Keeping records of waste produced is obligatory for almost all companies, while operators of technologies that result hazardous wastes are required to prepare mass balance.

The poducers of wastes are required to submit an annual report on their waste generation from a relatively small amount and company size. The use proper waste classification, identification, hazard determination is essential for this.

Producers’ Responsibility is an important component of the waste management. Within the frames of it producers must comply with a variety of special take-back, recycling and recovery, but the regular data provision for authorities and co-ordinating bodies is a major task as well.

Some organizations are also required to prepare a waste management plan for 6 years, which required to be reviewed at biannualy. Beyond the fact that it is a professional task, it also means an economic challenge because producers need to find the optimal solutions which enable them to achieve their set of waste management objectives.