Hazardous Waste Management Compliance made simple
We don’t expect you to be an expert, which is why Reconomy offers a fully managed service for the collection and disposal of technical and hazardous waste materialsGet in touch
Hazardous waste services for businesses
We don’t expect you to be an expert, which is why Reconomy offers a fully-managed, hazardous waste management service for the collection and disposal of technical and toxic waste materials
WEEE Waste Recycling
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) legislation affects every industry and businesses of all sizes. and includes Monitors, TVs, Printers, Computers, Laptops, Kettles, and much more.Find out more
Ionised smoke alarm disposal
Reconomy has noticed that a growing number of ionised alarms are being produced across the social housing industry which are proving challenging to recycle. Given the sudden surge, Reconomy is delighted to tell you that we have a recycling solution!Find out more
Persistent Organic Pollutants Guidance
Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are toxic chemicals that break down slowly and contaminate food chains as a result. POPs must be segregated from other types of waste or risk contamination. Here at Reconomy, we can help you identify and destroy these safely.Find out more
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Hazardous waste refers to any material that poses a substantial threat to human health or the environment when improperly handled or disposed of. It can come from various sources, including industrial processes, medical facilities, laboratories, and households.
Exposure to hazardous waste can lead to a range of health problems, including respiratory issues, skin disorders, neurological disorders, and even cancer. Children, pregnant women, and the elderly are particularly vulnerable.
Hazardous waste minimisation focuses on reducing the generation of waste at its source. This can be achieved through cleaner production processes, resource optimization, recycling, and reuse strategies.
The key principles of hazardous waste management should be placed against the waste hierarchy, meaning it goes through the stages of; waste minimisation, proper storage and handling, transportation and disposal compliance, and appropriate treatment and disposal methods.
Government regulations, such as those established by the EPA, ensure the safe handling and disposal of hazardous waste. Compliance with these regulations is essential for maintaining a sustainable and responsible approach to waste management.