t classifies waste as hazardous when it has properties that can harm the environment and human health. Common types of hazardous waste include batteries, aerosols, fluorescent tubes, paint, solvents and oils, and others.
From Aerosol cans to X-ray waste, most businesses and organizations face the challenge of disposing of hazardous and difficult waste from time to time. The goal of group recycling is to not only protect the planet but also help you with the daily challenges of good waste management, through its Hazardous Waste Recycling Service. It is important that you dispose of your hazardous waste correctly. If not used properly, it can damage the environment, damage your company's reputation, and in the meantime result in fines. Fortunately, our expert team is ready to assist you. We simplify the business by guiding you through the entire process, from offering to collection.