inert waste disposal

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Inert Waste Disposal – Is My Waste Inert?

Inert waste disposal should be simple and cheap, because there is no need to send it to a licensed landfill. But, do make sure it really is “inert” before you offer it to a farmer for improving farm access tracks, for example. Inert materials are by definition un-reactive, both biologically and chemically. This means that […]

Inert Waste Acceptance Criteria

Inert Waste Disposal and the Requirements for Acceptance Testing While the definition of inert waste in the UK,  is very restricted by the waste regulations to ensure that when inert waste is disposed to land it will not produce pollution as contaminated groundwater or polluted run-off. This is important as substantial volumes of inert waste remain which are disposed to regulated […]