Hazardous Scraps

What is Hazardous?

A hazardous condition, circumstance, or combination of elements is one that poses a significant risk or danger of injuring people or causing property damage. It’s usually used to characterise dangerous compounds and materials, such as flammables, explosives, irritants, sensitizers, acids, and caustics, even though they’re generally safe at diluted quantities.

Anything that has the potential to inflict harm is considered a hazard. The chance of a bad consequence from exposure to a hazard is known as risk. Hazardous substances have one or more of the following characteristics: they are combustible, corrosive, poisonous, or reactive. In addition, compounds are classified as hazardous if they are included in a rule.

What is Hazardous scrap?

A hazardous scrap is any wasted material that contains compounds that are poisonous, mutagenic, carcinogenic, or teratogenic to people or other living things; it can be flammable, corrosive, explosive, or highly reactive alone or in combination with other materials. A hazardous scrap is usually a harmful material, however not all hazardous materials are hazardous scraps.

How do we process Hazardous scraps?

A hazardous secondary material is recycled if it is employed or reused, reclaimed, or utilized in specific ways, including disposal and energy recovery. If a substance is processed to recover an usable product or regenerated, it is referred to as reclaimed. A material is used or reused if it is used as an ingredient in an industrial process to generate a product or if it is used as a viable alternative to a commercial product.

Hazardous waste reuse, recycling, and reclamation can help protect the environment, conserve natural resources, reduce reliance on raw materials and energy, and generate economic benefits.

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