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Our Hazardous Waste Recycling Services

Bywaters’ hazardous waste management service is not just about environmental sustainability, it is also about ensuring that your dangerous waste is handled safely and responsibly. With over 60 years of experience, you can be assured that your waste is in good hands.

Finding sustainable and safe solutions for hazardous waste disposal can be challenging. From aerosols to oil, each kind of hazardous waste poses unique difficulties and dangers to anyone involved in production or disposal.

We supply fully compliant and safety-tested containers for your hazardous waste, and will develop a collection schedule based on your individual requirements, ensuring that each of your hazardous waste streams is reprocessed optimally for recycling in order to divert waste from landfill.

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The Hazardous Waste Recycling Process

We provide safe and secure hazardous waste containers

Your hazardous waste is collected by environmentally-friendly vehicles

Some waste types, like oils, can be recycled into fuels

Other streams are sent to Energy from Waste facilities for recovery

Energy recovered from your waste is fed back into the National Grid

Frequently Asked Questions

No, the only thing you need to do is place all hazardous waste together in the dedicated containers that Bywaters provides, ensuring that none of it goes into other waste streams. From here we will handle the separation of all the materials into individual streams post-collection at our facility and send the materials for recycling or recovery.

Bywaters can provide this, but it is not essential to the provision of our hazardous waste services. We will provide relevant bespoke signage so that everyone on site is able to determine what materials to dispose of in your hazardous waste containers.

Our services provide material for those who are unaware what material can present hazards and which onsite stream to use to dispose of them so that all staff are not expected to know the information from memory.

This depends on the nature of the waste that you are producing, but usually there will be no necessary protective clothing or equipment for handling hazardous waste. Often these items are everyday things like aerosols, paints, and some forms of batteries, so can be handled safely.

Our collection teams are prepared for all forms of hazardous waste, however. Bywaters personnel are always outfitted with uniform for their safety and take any other necessary safety precautions.