Do you produce polyurethane, glue, resin or packaging in your everyday business? Do you own expired polyurethane, glue or resin? You have a legal duty to dispose of this waste.
Focus on your main business activity and let us take care of your waste or expired polyurethane, glue or resin. Why risk liability for environmental damage or major fires because of inadequately stored waste?
Why not free up precious storage space in a professional and responsible manner? Let us handle your waste polyurethane, glue or resin.
We incinerate polyurethane, glue and resin in certified plants abroad.
We have long-term experience in packaging, transporting and treating waste polyurethane, glue and resin. All our procedures are fully aligned with legislation, and we provide the mandatory documentation on the disposal of waste.
Make the best use of our experience in permanent disposal of hazardous waste.
Cost-Effectiveness of Incineration of Polyurethane, Glue and Resin
Our team of professionals will handle the incineration of your waste polyurethane, glue or resin so you can focus on your main business.
Our service covers:
‒ Affordable incineration of polyurethane, glue or resin
‒ Full responsibility taken
‒ Reliable and professional packaging, transport and treatment
‒ Treatment in accordance with legislation
‒ Environmentally friendly waste management
‒ Experience in the incineration of polyurethane, resin and glue.
We will ensure professional, reliable and permanent disposal of your waste polyurethane, glue or resin.
How We Treat Polyurethane, Glue and Resin
We provide affordable incineration services for waste polyurethane, glue or resin with all necessary permits for transport and treatment.
We provide our clients with the knowledge and methodologies of modern waste management procedures, adapted to the specific production processes in each case. Our work is fully aligned with the relevant legislation, with particular emphasis on fire protection measures.
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, 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 the waste testing report to become our client.
We will document the movement of each individual component of waste in accordance with regulations.
Your waste will be disposed of fully in line with regulations and standards.
We will promptly respond to your inquiry and provide an offer.
The person responsible for the incineration of polyurethane, glue and resin is Daniel Malešević.
Polyurethane, Glue and Resin as Pollutants
Polyurethane, resin and glue are important factors in industrial manufacture and the construction industry today. They even occur in household use. These substances are flammable and require suitable packaging and special storage conditions.
owever, residue in manufacture and construction and expired products are an environmental issue regulated by law.
Incinerating polyurethane, resin and glue is the best way to dispose of this waste in an environmentally friendly manner.
The following video explains why the waste you produce cannot be allowed to end up in landfills:
The use of epoxy surfaces and epoxy floors is increasing in modern designs for residential, sports and business facilities. Each square metre of new epoxy surface or floor represents a measurable amount of future waste. Its presence in the environment is a threat to the ecosystem and human health. The first video below shows some of the capabilities of epoxy resin, while the second illustrates how epoxy surfaces are turned into waste: