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Tips for Disposing Non-Hazardous Waste

Tips for Disposing Non-Hazardous Waste

Here are tips for how you should dispose of your non-hazardous waste.

Waste is going to exist in pretty much any industry. When we think of wastes that are “dangerous”, we often think about hazardous waste products. While these wastes are definitely a danger in their own right, that doesn’t mean that non-hazardous wastes can’t be concerning. In fact, non-hazardous waste can still be threatening to people’s facilities, meaning it’s important to know how to dispose of them properly. Here are tips for how you should dispose of your non-hazardous waste.

Start by Identifying Your Waste Products

In order to know how to dispose of non-hazardous waste, you must first know exactly what type of waste you’re handling. This requires you to correctly identify the wastes around your business. Sometimes, it can even be tough to determine whether you have hazardous or non-hazardous waste. To make the identification process less stressful, we suggest that you work with a professional waste management company that has years of experience identifying waste products.

Take Your Waste to an Appropriate Disposal Site

Once you know that the waste you have is non-hazardous, you can then bring it to a proper TSDF (treatment, storage, and disposal facility). Before you send the waste to a facility, however, you have to make sure that they will accept the type of waste you’re sending. Not only that, but they must also be willing to take the amount of waste you want to send over, as some facilities will put a cap on how much waste you can send at any one time.

Small amounts of waste can sometimes be put into a trash receptacle. For larger amounts of waste, however, you may need the help of a waste disposal company.

See if Your Waste Can Be Recycled

Sometimes, the non-hazardous waste you have is able to be recycled. It all depends on what kinds of waste your facility produces. To confirm whether or not your non-hazardous waste is recyclable, see if any recycling facilities are willing to accept it. Recycling these materials allows you to get the most use out of the waste that you have.

Call AEG Environmental for Non-Hazardous Waste Management Services!

AEG Environmental has the skills, resources, and training to solve any environmental issue you may face. Our team has over 20 years of experience transporting and disposing of non-hazardous, hazardous, infectious, and universal wastes. We welcome projects big and small and pride ourselves in our exceptional customer service. For more information about our hazardous waste disposal and transport services, please contact us today!

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