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Make the Planet Safer & Kleener

Kleenwaste remains mindful of its moral commitment to not only the UK environment but also its impact on a global level. We are proud of our commitment to the customers we serve in our environmentally sound service and our impressive…
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Clearing an historic industrial waste

KDC have over 20 years working in the decommissioning, demolition, and land remediation field. KDC serves the nuclear, oil gas and process, pharmaceutical and industrial markets. Their focus is on safety, health, and environment (SHE). Safetykleen have been the preferred…
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How to deal with WEEE Waste

WEEE stands for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. According to the European Commission, it’s a type of waste that includes almost anything with a battery or plug. There are around 10 broad categories of WEEE currently outlined in the Waste…
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The DGSA role in transporting hazardous waste & dangerous goods.

The DGSA role in transporting hazardous waste & dangerous goods The carriage of dangerous goods on the road network is a potentially dangerous undertaking. This activity is heavily regulated to maximise safety before, during and after transportation. One key aspect…
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Importance of Volatile Organic Compounds

Most people are familiar with Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) as they relate to paint, cleaning products, new cars, and other materials. Volatile means evaporate, so VOC’s are those solvent ingredients that evaporate into the atmosphere as gases and include a…
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What is considered as waste and how is it managed correctly?

Dealing with waste and ensuring a safe and clean work environment is not an easy task. According to the Government Guidance Waste Regulations (2011), waste is defined as ‘any substance or object which the holder discards or intends or is…
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Waste Hierarchy

Why is it important that companies dispose of waste safely and ethically? Companies have a legal responsibility to ensure that the production, storage, transportation, and disposal of controlled waste is done without harming the environment. This is called your duty…
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