edie launches free business guide on hazardous waste

Companies and organisations looking to understand issues around hazardous waste now have access to a new edie business guide which breaks down everything you need to know about the subject.

edie's new guide aims to explain all the issues around hazardous waste.

edie's new guide aims to explain all the issues around hazardous waste.

Produced in association with edie's supporting partner Grundon, the edie explains guide to hazardous waste is ideal for any sustainability professional, facilities manager, or employee responsible for the disposal and management of such materials.

Hazardous Waste is a heavily regulated subject and requires an intimate understanding of the key concerns, which this fresh edie explains guide aims to provide.  

--- READ THE GUIDE TO HAZARDOUS WASTE HERE ---

For businesses, this guide helps with the assessment of waste, what are the key financial considerations, how should waste be stored, what is the regulatory framework, and what needs to be looked at for the transportation and storage of waste.

The business guide to hazardous waste answers all these key questions and more, forming a comprehensive, easy-to-understand outline of everything you need to know about energy storage technology.

Writing in the viewpoint to the edie explains guide, technical manager at Grundon, Chris Edwards, said: "It might surprise you to know that hazardous waste lurks in the most innocent of places. In a commercial environment, everyday items such as disinfectant, batteries, toner cartridges, electrical equipment and aerosols are classed as hazardous waste and therefore require specialist disposal." 



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