When it comes to waste disposal and industrial waste removal there are numerous things to consider. Here are some dos and don’ts regarding the management and disposal of waste!
DO Look Up The Relevant Legislation
There are numerous pieces of legislation that govern the removal and disposal of various different forms of waste. Some of the pieces of legislation that govern waste are: The Waste regulations, The Hazardous Waste Regulations, The WEEE regulations and various other pieces of legislation, including EU Waste Legislation.
It is very important that you follow these pieces of legislation. Failure to do so could potentially result in some serious consequences. If for example, you are disposing of industrial waste, one way that you can make sure that you follow all relevant legislation is to choose to dispose of your industrial waste using a reputable waste management business that offers a professional industrial waste removal service.
DO Consider The Environment
Waste has the potential to negatively impact the environment. As such it is very important that you consider the environment when deciding how you will dispose of your waste.
It could be very helpful to consider the waste hierarchy. This details the preferred method of handling waste from most preferable to least preferable.
- Preparation for re-use
The waste hierarchy will help you consider how you can prevent waste items from becoming waste, and help you to prioritise methods of industrial waste removal such as recycling, over other less preferable methods such as disposal.
DO Contact A Skilled Professional
The world of waste management can be difficult to understand. There are the numerous pieces of legislation that govern the removal and disposal of waste to understand and there are the numerous different types of waste; each with their own waste services to choose from.
It can be very beneficial to choose to dispose of your waste through a professional waste management business. They will be equipped with all the knowledge needed to remove your waste and dispose of it in a responsible manner than complies with all relevant legislation and in a manner that respects the environment.
Additionally, if you choose to manage your waste through BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd, you can manage your waste through our tailored waste services. We understand that businesses are different and as such each business’s waste needs are different. We can provide a wide range of waste disposal, waste management and cleaning services such as:
- Bulk tankering services.
- A chemical handling and transfer service.
- Spray booth cleaning
- Heavy industrial cleaning
- Sharps removal
- And various industrial services.
DON’T Ignore Hazardous Waste
Hazardous waste requires specialist disposal. This can be done by utilising a specialist hazardous waste disposal service provided by a professional waste management business. If your business produces hazardous waste, you will have to comply by The Hazardous Waste Regulations. Failure to do so could result in serious consequences!
DON’T Be Irresponsible With Your Waste!
Perhaps one of the most important pieces of advice with regards to waste management and industrial waste removal is not to be irresponsible with your methods of waste disposal.
BKP Waste & Recycling is a business that understands the important of health and safety. We understand that waste management and waste disposal services such as industrial waste removal can be very dangerous and as such strict health and safety protocols are very important.
DON’T Fly Tip Your Waste
This is very important. Did you know that in 2016 66 large-scale tipping sites were closed down in Solent and South Downs. According to an article written by ITV, almost 1000 hot-spots for illegal fly-tipping have been identified!
Illegal fly-tipping is a dangerous and illegal method of waste disposal. As written on Gov.uk in May of 2016, local authorities can issue a penalty notice of up to £400 to anyone caught in the act of fly tipping!
Even if you don’t dispose of your waste yourself, it is very important that your waste is not fly tipped. Make sure you ask the business providing you with a waste disposal service how your waste will be disposed of. Additionally it can be beneficial to ask to see their waste carrier certificate. You can visit the Environment Agency’s website and enter the business’s name or their registration number and check if they are registered or not. For example, when you search for BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd, you will notice that we are registered as a Carrier, Broker, Dealer – Upper Tier.
Mange Your Waste In A Responsible And Legally Compliant Manner With BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd!
If you’re looking for a way to responsible manage your waste in a legally compliant manner, contact the friendly and dedicated team at BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd. We can provide a wide variety of services ranging from household waste services to industrial waste removal.
Additionally, over our many years of experience, we have obtained various accreditations. We have obtained two accreditations from the International Organisation for Standardisation and an accreditation from the British Standards Institution.
Our accreditations from the International Organisation for Standardisation are:
- An ISO 9001:2008 in Quality.
- An ISO 14001:2004 Environmental.
Our accreditation from the British Standards Institution is:
- A BS OHSAS 18001:2007 in Health and Safety.
Interested? Call Our Team Today!
If you would like any additional information regarding the wide variety of waste services that are available from BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our friendly and dedicated team of professionals will be able to assist your with your enquiry and provide you with additional information regarding our services.
If you would like to contact us, you can do so in numerous different ways.
You can reach our team by:
- Calling us on 0800 376 5004.
Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
- Sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Filling out our contact form.
- Following us on Twitter @GroupBkp.
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