Handling harzardous waste

Disposing and treating hazardous materials in a proper manner to prevent contamination of soil and groundwater

Hazardous waste is a threat to public health and the environment and particularly in industrialised countries, the amount of hazardous waste is growing. The harmful properties of waste can be found in discarded commercial products, as well as by-products from industry. When left untreated, the long-term effects of hazardous waste can cause irreparable damage to the surrounding soil and groundwater. In Denmark, strict regulations require companies and citizens to dispose hazardous materials in a proper manner, keeping the environment safe, while leaving safe treatment of waste to specialised companies.

We invite you to explore solutions related to handling of hazardous waste in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how handling of hazardous waste can help solve your environmental issues.

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