Whether you produce, store, collect or recycle hazardous waste businesses have a responsibility in making sure that it causes no harm or damage and is in fact part of your ‘duty of care’ as a business.
- chemicals, e.g. brake fluid or print toner
- oils (except edible ones), e.g. car oil
- equipment containing ozone depleting substances, e.g. fridges
- hazardous waste containers
- Consignment notes
- Consignee returns
- Any other related documents
CabinetsThis storage cabinet is ideal if you have limited floor space as its wall mountable with 2 lockable doors, its CoSHH compliant and is galvanised for protection against rust.
ChestsThese sturdy and robust chests feature 5 lever deadlocks and flame arrestor gauze fitted on all boxes. A full welded sump prevents leakage. The chest also has forklift pockets for manoeuvrability.
BinsBins allow containers to be easily lifted in and out with its sloped lid. It also has a removable sump tray which allows any spillages to be easily removed and dealt with in the correct way.
ContainersThese walk in-storage containers are ideal for large quantities of chemical or flammable substances with high and low ventilation. They also feature lifting eyes for crane loading.
Author Bio - Laura Holland
Social Media and Web Content Coordinator, Jan 2014 - May 2015