Dangerous Goods: Dangerous goods are substances that are corrosive, flammable, combustible, explosive, oxidising or water-reactive or have other hazardous properties. Dangerous goods can cause explosions or fires, serious injury, death and large-scale damage.
ADR:European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods By Road
Hazardous Waste: This is a general definition covering all inflammable, combustible, carcinogenic, explosive, irritant, and toxic waste material that is dangerous for the environment and for human beings.
Some dangerous waste materials frequently seen in automotive and other industries:
– Absorbents and packing materials contaminated with hazardous materials (For example: greasy rags, oakum, gloves, paint and oil containers)
– Greasy mechanical parts,
– Mud from the bottom of tanks,
– Dirty solvents,
– Rinsing water with filmy formation,
– Reducers and hydraulic oils,
– Waste automobile batteries and similar items.
|2018 The University received certification for its activities and started receiving consultancy services||2019 The work was taken over by the OHS unit, and conducted with internal resources|
Delivery of waste materials
Purchase – discharging of the diesel fuel arriving to the university
Purchase – discharging of the pressured gas cannisters arriving to the university
Tracking of chemicals purchased for the University