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Chemical Waste Disposal

Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Site Geleen, The Nethherlands

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The Municipality of Sittard-Geleen was seeking a total concept solution to deal with its HHW. Before it decided to build a permanent Household Hazardous Waste facility, HHW was collected through event days and through the use of Household Hazardous Waste collection vehicles. Sittard-Geleen decided to build a Modular Household Hazardous Waste facility. Modulo established 3 fire resistant compartments with one central receiving/working area.

The site is in compliance with all European and Dutch Regulations (Guidelines for Environmental Protection Measures and Chemical Waste Storage, National and International Fire Codes). It has all fire safety features, including 3 hours fire rated walls, fire rated self closing doors, spill containment with self –contained sumps, chemical resistant removable gratings, certified electrical, electrical center connections, outlets, emergency eye/face wash station, lockable doors, emergency lights, exterior lighting, insulation, heating and temperature control, ventilation, shelves, access into each compartment, warranty.

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Recycling site in Høje Tåstrup, Denmark

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Høje Tåstrup municipality partnering with Vestforbrænding renovated the recycling site in Høje Tåstrup. The recycling site was not meeting today’s requirements, and it was, therefore, decided to make it more user friendly, to establish better participation, and to provide improved facilities.

It was important for the municipality to make the site visit easier to understand for visitors, to establish a better separation and easier access to the different fractions. It was decided the most convenient way establish the goals would be to build a new elevated platform in combination with a modular building for hazardous waste, both being Modulo solutions.

The site was closed in October. Construction work commenced and included ao paving a new larger area for garden waste, sewer, lightning. The elevated Modulo platform was installed on a new slab accommodating 18 bins. Including the new Modulo solution for hazardous waste, the site was able to reopen after only 100 days!

Modulo installed the elevated 18 bins solution as well as the hazardous waste solution. The height of the modules: 3.9 ft. Site elevation differences were used to create a smart solution. Further, safety railings were provided for ramps only. The lower platform in combination with higher bins ensured railings did not need to be installed.

The hazardous waste solution included supply and install 6 modules, doors, windows, sumps, grating, aeration, and point suction solutions.

Kenneth Bøg, Vestforbrænding:
High Tåstrup recycling site needed an upgrade as residents had to use stairs to get rid of waste and recyclables. It was dangerous and resulted in sub-optimal bin filling and higher costs of logistics. Modulo solved those issues.
Modulo understood our needs, and as a result, Modulo was the preferred solution. The entire process from the design phase to completion was what we expected.

Hazardous Waste Solution Galten, Denmark

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Modulo has successfully completed the hazardous waste solutions at Galten Recycling Site, Reno Syd, Denmark. The modules ensure compliance with regulations and ensure safe storage of hazardous waste, facilitating to separate storage for the different hazardous waste classes.

The solution includes automatically closing fire-rated doors, explosion-proof lighting, aeration including point suction for 15 drums, exit doors, exit signs.

The Galten Modulo project includes 6 modules.

At one end of the solution, there is an emergency exit door, which is only served by the space workers. Waste-proof vessels are fitted with mounted electrical windows for collecting hazardous waste.

Modulo’s hazardous waste solution ensures a safe environment for humans and material- Johnny Pedersen, Operations Manager Renosyd

From waste to value Renosyd is a waste company owned by Odder Municipality and Skanderborg Municipality. Renosyd serves businesses and citizens in an area of 66,123 hectares with a total of approximately 80,000 inhabitants. Renosyd is a modern and versatile waste company with 70 competent employees.