Recycling Signage

Once recyclables have been removed from waste, any residual materials need to be disposed of or otherwise utilised. This has traditionally been achieved by deposition into landfill but to meet EU landfill targets the amount (and type) of material going to landfill has reduced significantly and been diverted into that produce energy and/or other products. A smaller quantity of waste is incinerated, the preferred option for disposing of some hazardous wastes. For example, clinical and chemical wastes require exposure to high temperatures to reduce or remove the hazards they pose. You should carry out a risk assessment for handling and disposing of fly-ash following incineration and implement suitable control measures. Precautions should be taken to prevent ash from becoming airborne and subsequently inhaled, so far as is reasonably practicable. Energy can be recovered from a range of organic feedstocks (biomass) by modern processing plants to generate electricity. This makes it an attractive prospect as at the same time as diverting waste material from landfill it provides economic and environmental benefits. Due to the technical nature of the processes and the composition of the feedstock there are a number of additional hazards associated with these processes. In additional to general health and safety requirements consideration of the following legislation may be required:We manufacture, stock and deliver for free a full range of Recycling signs, a complete range of recycling signs, recycling signs in rigid plastic material, recycling signs in self adhesive vinyl material, a range of energy saving signs