Checklist: Collect and dispose of hazardous laboratory waste safely
Many laboratories work with hazardous substances. Accordingly, waste with hazardous ingredients is produced, which must be collected and disposed of properly. Our checklist shows you 10 important requirements to be observed when handling hazardous laboratory waste.
Laboratory supplies: Working safely in the laboratory
Laboratories work with a wide variety of hazardous substances in many different ways. Having the right combination of safety measures can effectively reduce hazards. DENIOS offers you an extensive product range for laboratory safety that gives you the highest levels of safety and protection.
Using newly patented technology, RuptureSealTM can safely close breaches, minimize damage, help protect the environment, preserve health and safety, potentially save thousands of dollars through spill remediation, and save lives.
Anyone who handles, uses or "only" stores hazardous substances cannot avoid it: the risk assessment. For 25 years it has been the central element in occupational health and safety. In our FAQs we have put together the answers to the most frequently asked questions on the subject of "Risk assessment for hazardous substances".
Reliably absorb practically all liquids and retain them
Footpaths and roadways stay clean and non-slip
Contamination, such as traces of oil, are not carried over to other areas
EQUIPPED FOR ALL EVENTUALITIES WITH DENSORB® ABSORBENT MATERIALS
Being prepared for an emergency means having procedures and response equipment in place at all times. This is especially true when handling liquids that are hazardous to water and the environment, such as oils or chemicals. Things can easily go wrong in everyday tasks such as filling and dispensing, when a container is leaking, or during maintenance work on machines and systems. It is important to prevent even the smallest quantities from entering the environment. With the right absorbent material, you can do this and save money in the process.