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Industrial waste

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  • General waste
  • Hazardous waster
  • Sludge
  • Waste acid / Waste alkali
  • Waste asbestos

Hazardous waste

Hazardous waste is harmful waste that can
pollute the environment or harm human health,
including waste oil and waste acid. As it is
completely burnt in a high-temperature
incinerator, it is treated by incineration or
another stable method so that
environmental impact can be minimized.

Liquid waste

Waste acid, waste alkali, waste oil, and other waste organic solvents

Solid waste

Wastewater treatment sludge, process sludge, waste oil, other waste organic solvents, waste acid, waste alkali,
other solid waste (waste adsorbent, waste absorbent, sludge), waste for stability
(dust, waste catalyst, waste adsorbent, and waste absorbent), waste for solidification
(waste oil, dust, waste adsorbent, waste absorbent, wastewater treatment sludge, process sludge, etc.)

Characteristics of treatment

  • Dividing waste into each type and incinerating it efficiently
  • Minimizing environmental impact through complete combustion by high-temperature operation
  • Minimizing the emission of heavy metals and other harmful gas through eco-friendly design
  • Collecting waste heat in the incineration process and recycling it as heat source

Procedure of treatment

  • STEP 01. Consultation and review of waste

    Identification of waste type and making a decision for treatment

  • STEP 02. Contract for consignment treatment

    Discharger, Transporter, Disposer

  • STEP 03. Waste discharger report

    Submission and receipt of a report verification note City, County, District office in charge

  • STEP 04.

    Waste collection and transportation

  • STEP 05.

    Waste measurement
    Waste treatment

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