Do you own expired pesticides, raw materials, packaging or residue contaminated by pesticides? You must store pesticides, raw materials and their packaging separately, in accordance with legislation.
Pesticides, raw materials from production and residue contaminated by pesticides are toxic, eco-toxic and flammable compounds, with a high risk for the environment and human lives and health. Why store them in your warehouse and risk accidents?
Let us manage them.
We will remove, transport and incinerate your waste pesticides, raw materials and contaminated residue in accordance with the law, and provide the relevant documentation.
We handle hazardous waste in accordance with your needs and the high standards we set for ourselves.
Cost-Effectiveness of Pesticide, Raw Material and Residue Incineration
We will remove, transport and incinerate pesticides, raw materials, packaging and residue contaminated by pesticides. We have experience in hazardous waste management.
Our service covers:
- Affordable prices for pesticide, raw material and residue incineration
- Full responsibility taken
- Great professionalism and reliability in packaging, transport and treatment
- Compliance with all legislation
- Waste management to disposal, with preservation of the environment
- Experience in pesticide, raw material and residue incineration
We will take responsibility for your waste pesticides.
How We Treat Pesticides, Raw Materials and Contaminated Residue
We provide cost-effective packaging, transport and incineration of pesticides, raw materials and residue, with all necessary permits for transport and treatment.
We sort unused pesticides, unused solutions for the preparation of pesticides, unused pesticide solutions from washing packaging and devices, and waste produced in accidents in accordance with the properties and compatibility of substances. We package, temporarily store and export them for incineration to an authorized plant, securing all necessary approvals, permits and insurance.
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.
Nebojša Tomašević is responsible for pesticide, raw material and residue incineration.
Importance of Controlling the Presence of Pesticides in the Environment
Pesticides are a pollutant resulting from the human desire to increase food production. But this otherwise humane idea has resulted in pesticide pollution outside agricultural areas.
Due to their toxicity these substances are always stored separately, in their original packaging, outside the reach of children and under lock and key. Pesticides can have pathological effects and cause many diseases. The presence of pesticides in water and food is no secret, nor is their presence on the black market and their uncontrolled use.
Pesticides are entering the food chain. Even children feel the effects:
The amount of annual pesticide use per capita is disturbing. The disposal of packaging, solvents from applicators, solvents produced by washing the packaging, and unused expired pesticides is essential in managing this type of hazardous waste. It highlights the responsibilities of end users. The case of DDT as a POP insecticide has long been described in literature. Other cases of recalled pesticides are well known, yet the need for education remains.
This topic is the source of many troubling news items: