Processes

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  • Before choosing to dispose of your waste, consider your other options: - prevention: the best waste is waste that is not produced; reuse (e.g. returnable packaging); recycling (e.g. plastics, paper…
  • Some activities carried out by your company generate waste that you should transport from your client to a landfill, sorting centre, etc. For example, a kitchen designer who takes cardboard boxes and…
  • It is possible to reclaim your construction waste, such as excavated material, waste stone materials and other waste from the sector (asphalt, tarry, etc.) from civil-engineering sites, earthworks,…
  • Hazardous waste contains substances that are harmful to humans and the environment. It is directly harmful or toxic, corrosive, explosive or flammable. When stored or handled incorrectly, it can be…
  • Inert waste does not decompose or burn and produces no physical, chemical or biological reaction that is capable of harming the environment. It mainly comes from the construction sector. Examples of…
  • The Soil-State Database (BDES) provides all citizens access to the administration's data regarding the state of soil in Wallonia. It also makes it possible to issue official extracts during certain…