Classified packaging of hazardous waste

 

The packaging of 1. must meet four basic requirements before delivery:

1. The storage warehouse does not leak, and the transportation process does not leak;

2. The card board and stretch film must be packed into a plate, which can be directly crossed during collection and transportation;

3. Labeling of hazardous waste;

4. Meet the entry specifications of different disposal bases (such as high limit requirements).

 

Examples of 2. common hazardous waste and packing specifications:

 

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Empty barrels are stacked neatly on the pallet
Use stretch film to surround and attach hazardous waste labels.

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Pouch packaging on the card board
Use stretch film to surround and attach hazardous waste labels.

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Waste liquid with 200 liters of small open iron drums or plastic drums (or ton drums),
Put it on the card board, wind it tightly with stretch film, and stick a dangerous waste label.

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Box waste placed on the card board
Use stretch film to surround and attach hazardous waste labels.

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Ink waste neatly stacked on the card board
Winding around with stretch film and affing hazardous waste label

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Wipes, gloves and other sundries are stacked neatly on the card board for use.
The stretch film is tightly wound to ensure that it does not collapse during transportation,
Attach the label and do not exceed the scope of the card board.

 

 3. common packaging:

 

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Ton barrel: suitable for storing low flash point liquid waste
For example: waste acid, waste alkaline water, waste developer, etc.

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Ton bag (woven textile bag): suitable for storage of solid waste
Attention: Not suitable for sharp solid waste (such as glass)

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Small open barrel: suitable for storing low flash point liquid class

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Full opening plastic bucket: suitable for storing small volume of solid waste,
Low flash point liquid waste, viscous waste

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Full opening iron drum: suitable for storing small volume
Solid waste, sticky waste (grease)

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Carton: (with plastic lining) suitable for storing lightweight, low-toxicity, dry waste
Attention: Not suitable for sharp solid waste (such as glass), with plastic lining

Hazardous waste recycling

hazardous waste recycling