Hazardous Waste Birmingham

Does your Birmingham Organisation Generate Hazardous Waste?

Before your waste can be disposed of, it needs to be identified as being either hazardous or non-hazardous so that our operatives can dispose of it safely and appropriately. You may be concerned about meeting hazardous waste disposal laws, but Medicare Ltd collect and dispose of your hazardous waste in a way which meets all legal guidelines.

The effects of some types of hazardous waste may not be immediate but may still cause harm to humans or the environment if not disposed of in a safe and legal way. Assessment will help to determine how best to dispose of your hazardous waste.

It is easier to identify some types of waste as more hazardous than others. For example, medical and clinical waste is always considered hazardous as it can contain harmful bacteria and hazardous biological material.

Meeting the Legal Guidelines for Transporting Hazardous Waste

To provide proof that hazardous waste is being disposed of safely in a way that it will not cause harm to the environment or any person, the law requires paperwork to be provided at every stage of the hazardous waste disposal process.

Medicare Ltd provide this paperwork for you to meet the legal requirements and also to detail the aspects of the service you are paying for.

Transporting hazardous waste must be carried out by a registered waste carrier whose licence number can be checked on the Environmental Agency Website.  Medicare can provide customers with this license number.

To receive a cost effective, tailored quote for your hazardous waste disposal requirements, call 0800 328 5047 to speak to one of our Birmingham based team or, alternatively, send an email enquiry to sales@medicare.ltd.uk.

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