Do you own PCB waste? As a threat to human health and the environment it poses a considerable risk and may have legal consequences.
There are no established patterns of vertical or horizontal PCB penetration through porous substances. PCB oil leakage leads to deep penetration and pollution in porous substances such as earth or concrete. Soil or surface contamination by PCB oil can spread and endanger human health and entire ecosystems for generations.
Why store PCB waste? You risk contamination with high environmental and financial costs for its elimination. You are responsible for preventing unprofessional and uncontrolled incineration, and the release of waste oil into soil, sewage, surface and ground waters.
We apply an integrated approach to removing PCB from the environment, with disposal through incineration in accredited plants.
We apply prescribed procedures for safe PCB management without harm to human health or the environment. We issue documents on the movement of PCB waste and provide appropriate packaging, equipment and transport.
Our experience and expertise will help you safely dispose of PCB waste in accordance with the law.
Cost-Effective PCB Waste Incineration
Prevent any unnecessary risk or expense by acting in a legally and environmentally responsible manner. We provide cost-effective PCB incineration services.
Our service covers:
- Cost-effective PCB waste incineration
- 100% responsibility taken
- Professionalism and reliability
- Full compliance with legislation
- Responsible management of waste streams to disposal, with preservation of the environment
- More than a decade of experience in managing PCB.
Our technology follows BAT (best available practice) and BEP (best environmental practice) recommendations.
We provide efficient incineration of PCB waste.
How We Treat PCB Waste
We provide cost-effective incineration of PCB waste with all necessary approvals, transport permits, and treatment.
We have more than a decade of experience in successful PCB waste management through environmentally and economically sustainable solutions. We have the professional capacities to correctly eliminate PCB from the environment. The methodology we use is based on the legal requirements of the EU and Serbia, best available techniques and best environmental practices.
Our equipment and machinery is fully certified, while our staff is trained in handling hazardous substances and vehicles transporting such substances. Our activities are fully compliant with legislation, applying all occupational health and safety measures and the prescribed procedures for safe handling of PCB without endangering human health or the environment.
We provide final disposal of PCB in specialized authorized plants, using the calorific content of the waste to produce heat or electricity through controlled incineration or co-incineration.
Our instructions and procedures can easily be integrated into your quality management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety systems.
How to Use Our Services
Contact us and let us organize everything.
We will collect and dispose of your PCB waste. We will provide you with a cost-effective proposal that meets environmental standards and legal regulations.
We will document the movement of every component of waste for you, fully in line with legislation.
We will promptly respond to your inquiry and provide an offer.
The person responsible for waste incineration is Nevena Čolić Mohora.
Hazards of Inadequate PCB Waste Management
PCB compounds display all the worst properties of hazardous waste, not just because of their toxicity, but also their carcinogenic, teratogenic and mutagenic nature. They cause problems with the immune system, diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system (by indirect ingestion through food), and have biohazard properties.
Burning and inadequate incineration of PCB oils emits dangerous amounts of poison gas into the air, absorbed into the body through the skin and lungs. Professionally controlled incineration, however, uses transformer oil as fuel.
Contamination in any location can have an effect far beyond the contaminated surface itself, with an impact on human health, surface and ground waters, and entire ecosystems.