We can advise on all aspects of handling hazardous or difficult waste streams. From Asbestos awareness courses to correct packaging, handling and carrying of Asbestos we’re here to help with best practice and legal compliance.
Emergency response spill control is hopefully something that you never need to rely on but if a situation occurs that requires your waste partner to be fast out of the blocks then Nationwide Hire are ready to go. Please ask us about prevention too; we’d like to help you be ready in the event of an accident
Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs)
Difficult or hazardous waste may have special containment requirements to ensure that the waste does not escape from your control. IBCs can be used to store a wide range of materials or liquids. They are strong, stackable and easily transported.
With our network of specialist waste companies, we are experienced in handling chemical waste safely and with full compliance.
Whether the requirement is containment, spill response, planned collections or call outs we will remove, handle and process the chemical waste streams quickly and efficiently.
Oils, Resins, Paints & Thinners
Many small everyday items fall within the hazardous waste regulations when considering their disposal. Resin, Aerosols and Paints all need careful handling in order to conform with current legislation. We are able to offer sound advice and guidance and we’re always happy to discuss your requirements, whether they are large or small.
Commonly produced during construction, maintenance and engineering it is a constant challenge to find cost effective disposal solutions for paints, thinners, resins, oils and their containers.
Nationwide Hire has an excellent track record in not only handling these waste streams but also diverting them away from landfill to recycling and alternative energy.
Guidance on the classification and assessment of waste (2015) Technical Guidance WM3.
From 2015 the following containers are now classified as hazardous and cannot be legally mixed with general waste:
All packaging that is contaminated with any quantity of any substance that exhibits any hazardous property will now be classified as hazardous, irrespective of the concentration of that contaminant. All waste packaging arising from all processes on every site will need to be reassessed and, if hazardous components are present at any level, the packaging will be considered a hazardous waste.
To make sure you’re compliant and save money Nationwide Hire provides a range of containment solutions that allows you to segregate and dispose of this waste. Download our quick guide and call us today; we’ll keep your hazardous waste sorted.