Hazardous Waste Equipment

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Training Network - Model 2742-DV - RCRA Training for Hazardous Waste Generators

by The Training Network     based in Durham, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

This program provides an overview of the responsibilities of hazardous waste generators and their employees as required by the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA). RCRA is a federal law enacted in 1976 to address the treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste and your company helps protect the environment by following its rules and ...

Hazardous Waste Incinerators

by INCINIS GmbH     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

Cremation of domestic and commercial waste, Incineration of hazardous waste (solid and liquid), A big problem is the environmentally sound management of hazardous wastes such as paint, solvents, oil residues, laboratory waste, etc... Based on the same principle as for hospital waste incinerators but especially tailored to the specific needs of the ...

Hazardous waste

by Solenthaler Recycling AG     based in Gossau, SWITZERLAND

We also take charge of hazardous waste and assure you of a professional forwarding to specialized recycling industries.

Hazardous Waste

by Advantage Waste Brokers Ltd     based in Worcestershire, UNITED KINGDOM

Advantage Waste Brokers have broad experience in testing; classification; handling; transport and disposal of most types of hazardous waste. We are informed and conversant with current UK legislation, offering compliant solutions that utilize the most efficient and advanced technical and technological solutions available. We offer our customers ...

Hazardous Waste Generators, LQG and SQG

by Excal Visual Inc.     based in Avon, COLORADO (USA)

This training kit contains one program for large quantity generators and another for small quantity generators. Both programs cover hazardous waste identification, generation processes, container labeling and handling, on-site accumulation, satellite accumulation, off-site shipping and emergency preparedness. Each kit also contains two SiteCast ...

Cerex - Model AirSentry - FTIR Open Path Multi-Gas Analyzer

by Cerex Monitoring Solutions, LLC.     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

The Cerex AirSentry FTIR multi-gas analyzer is the recognized choice in open path FTIR and the most reliable for monitoring industrial facilities, accidental releases, and hazardous waste site emissions. The system monitors from 5 to 1,000 meters and eliminates the need for many single point gas specific sensors, lengthy calibration, and ...

Waste Management System

by Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH     based in Gummersbach, GERMANY

Waste storage and transportation system: Liquid waste: Is generally delivered to the plant by road tank trucks and pumped directly into the different vessels of the tank farm according to their calorific value and chemical composition. If delivered in reusable barrels or other containers, they are usually pumped directly from these into the ...

Harden - Hazardous waste shredder

by Harden Industries Ltd.     based in Guangzhou, CHINA

Harden process hazardous wasteGetting rid of hazardous waste requires unusual handling to be sure safety requirements are meet. Hazardous waste shredders can be use to benefit the health and environment by removing toxic waste from the atmosphere. Some of the side effects of not using hazardous waste shredders could lead to death, injury or birth ...

Model Clave 300 - For Sterilizing Contaminated Waste

by Nyír-Clave Kft     based in HUNGARY

Dimensions(WXHxL): 1850x2100x3000, Total volume of both chambers(liter): 1215, Volume of upper chamber (liter): 350, Volume of lower chamber (liter): 110, Total weight empty(kg): 2000, Total weight full (kg): 3200, Steam pressure safety limit (Bar): 7, Compressed-air safety limit (Bar): 6, Current: 380V/50Hz, 17kW.

Biological Conversion

by Ecomaster Atzwanger S.p.A     based in S. Maria la Longa, ITALY

Converting waste organics through biological processes can have various purposes, such as stabilization, hygienization, heat production for mass drying, production of biogas or degradation of hazardous substances. Most plants use the aerobic process, i.e. composting, in order to stabilize municipal waste before it is disposed of in a landfill, or ...

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