A classic illustration regarding ideal containers for the segregation of waste streams are the blue, yellow, green and red recycling bins. Each and every colour is employed to collect a type of waste, red for metal, blue for paper, green for glass and yellow for food wastes.
Regarding industrial waste management segregation things get a little more complicated for the simple fact that companies produce unique types of waste that need to dumped in special containers. The majority of the waste produced by industrial site can not be dumped on landfills.
That is when the knowledge and expertises of a waste management company is mostly required. Such companies can help businesses alike properly segregate, store, collect and when possible recycle the waste produced.
To segregate means keep things separated from one another in order to treat them differently. That is precisely what a waste management company does with distinct refuse streams; it provides recycling containers for segregation to facilitate collection and apply unique treatment to each one of them..
Industrial waste segregation is simple and easy to accomplish. As afore mentioned it starts with the supply of adequate recycling containers. Unlike the example of the multi-coloured recycling bins, industrial waste segregation require different types of recycling containers but in general they are all aimed to separate, store and facilitate waste handling and transportation.
Different Types of Recycling Containers
Ranging from 240Ltr Eurobin to 35 Yard open top containers, these external containers are used for the storage and collection of single or mixed waste streams.
Internal containers are all the containers used for indoors purposes, they range from office recycling bins or eurobins to rigid containers for industrial sites like warehouses as well as the classic multi-coloured recycling bins.
These units range from household bin sizes to 1100Ltrs and are suitable for just about any type of waste stream.
Specialist and Secure Containers
Specialist containers were designed to collect special and hazardous waste streams such as batteries, electronic equipments, clinical waste and in very extreme cases radioactive refuse.
On the other hand Secure containers are used to collect confidential and sensitive material including paper, IT Data (including hard drives), DVD’s, CD’s and end of line products.
Does your company promote the segregation of waste streams in order to increase recycling? If not I suggest you contact your local waste management company to discuss this very important matter.