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  • 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…
  • Since hazardous waste can pose a risk to human health and the environment, its management is subject to several requirements. These include the obligation for producers of hazardous waste to provide…
  • The legislation applies to tanks with a capacity equal to, or greater than, 3,000 litres, comprising one or more reservoirs, whether overground (i.e. in the garden, cellar or in an uncovered pit) or…
  • Located at the heart of the motorway network, in Daussoulx, close to Namur, the PEREX centre monitors traffic and ensures the continuous operation of electronic and telecommunications equipment.…
  • Paper and cardboard represent the majority of waste from your company’s office activities. This type of waste is defined as non-hazardous industrial waste. It is mostly recyclable. To this end, it is…
  • Since hazardous waste can pose a risk to human health and the environment, and used tyres are subject to mandatory reclamation, despite being classified as non-hazardous waste, to avoid illegal…