Do you generate waste paint, varnish or solvents through production, sale or use? You are responsible for proper storage and handling of such waste.
Paint, varnish and solvents can be a risk for human life and health, and for the environment. These substances are highly flammable and temperature-sensitive. Don’t let them exhibit these properties in your warehouse. We offer permanent disposal of your waste through incineration in accredited plants.
You are legally bound to keep waste paints, varnishes and solvents in appropriately organized warehouses, applying and inspecting fire protection measures. Why not free up precious storage space, in a professional and responsible manner? Let us take care of the packaging, transport and treatment of your hazardous waste.
We incinerate paint, varnish and solvents, issuing documentation on the movement of every gram of waste you hand over to us.
We provide you with appropriate permanent disposal of waste paint, varnish and solvents.
Cost-Effectiveness of Incinerating Paint, Varnish and Solvents
We provide appropriate storage, transport and permanent disposal of waste paint, varnish and solvents through incineration in accredited plants abroad.
Our service covers:
- Affordable incineration of paint, varnish and solvents
- 100% responsibility taken
- Professionalism and reliability in packaging, transport and treatment
- Treatment in accordance with legislation
- Waste stream management to disposal, with preservation of the environment
- Experience in the incineration of paint, varnish and solvents
Let us take responsibility for your hazardous waste. We guarantee the permanent disposal of your paint, varnish or solvents in accordance with legislation.
How We Treat Chemical Waste
We provide cost-effective packaging, transport and incineration of waste paint, varnish and solvents, with all necessary permits for transport and treatment.
Our trained experts will advise you on the correct way to handle hazardous waste. They will solve your problem by packaging, collecting, safely transporting, temporarily storing and permanently disposing of waste paint, varnish and solvents, in accordance with the Law on Waste Management and the Basel Convention.
We will reduce your costs and storage space, and provide all the relevant documentation.
Our procedures and instructions can simply be integrated into your own quality management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety systems.
How to Use Our Services
To use our services you need a waste testing report. If you do not have one, we will obtain it for you. All you need to do is contact us.
- Waste Testing Report
The Law on Waste Management requires all waste producers to have a waste testing report. This report establishes the characteristics of the waste and the potential presence of hazardous substances.
If you do not have such a report and need to dedicate your time to your main business activity, we can organize everything. We will characterise the waste in cooperation with authorized and certified laboratories and propose the optimum solution for its safe handling in accordance with the results.
- Contact Us
Contact us with your waste testing report to become our client.
We will document the movement of each individual component of waste in accordance with regulations.
We will ensure the disposal of every ounce of your waste in accordance with regulations and standards.
We will promptly respond to your inquiry and provide an offer.
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Hazards Caused by the Incineration of Waste Paints, Varnishes and Solvents
Inadequate handling, storage, transport, treatment, or landfill disposal releases chemicals into the soil, air, surface and ground waters, plants and the food chain, causing permanent environmental damage. One example of inadequate storage of paint has led to environmental pollution in the Despotovica River near Gornji Milanovac:
Paint, varnish and solvents are particularly hazardous. Their flammability and sensitivity to temperature differences directly affects their expiry date. Certain provisions of laws on flammable and combustible liquids and gases cover these types of chemicals, elaborating how they must be stored. For example, sparks or open flames of any kind is prohibited in such warehouses. The premises must have a prescribed number of fire extinguishers, and maintain a specific temperature, since both excessive and insufficient heating can cause chemical changes. Yet accidents still happen - on New Year’s Eve a few years ago, people in Dubrovnik were surprised to discover a fire had broken out in a paint and varnish warehouse in the historical town centre: