They can be reused (chips, wood pallets), or they can be revalued (composting green waste)
They break down as follows:
- Putrescible waste: 29%,
- Paper / cardboard: 25%,
- Glass: 13%,
- Plastics: 11%,
- Metals: 4%,
- Others: 18%.
- Liquid sludge, with a dry matter content of up to 10%,
- Pasty sludge, with a dry matter content of between 10 and 20%,
- Solid sludge, with a dry matter content greater than 20%.
Emptying and fatty substances:
- Sewage: sludge extracted from individual sanitation facilities.
- Sewage sludge: composed of greasy matter, sand and various residues with a high water and organic content.
- Cooking oils, fats: cooking fatty residues, frying oils, solid organic residues from the preparation or leftovers of meals.
Electric and electronic waste. These will be recycled or incinerated (waste with an ICH (lower calorific power). A so-called hazardous waste is a waste that is polluting or even toxic and can pose a risk to health or the environment. It is perhaps highly flammable, explosive, harmful, irritating, corrosive or even ecotoxic... Because of their toxicity, this waste requires appropriate treatment, in accordance with current regulations.
Due to their toxicity, this waste requires appropriate treatment, in accordance with the regulations in force.
Among the most common hazardous wastes, we can note:
- phytosanitary waste
- the painting
- the ink
- soiled rags
- batteries and accumulators
- The batteries
- radioactive sources
- WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment)
- DASRI (waste from healthcare activities at risk of infection)
They are non-hazardous waste that does not change over time; they can also be recycled.
Ordinary industrial waste is waste generated by a company that is neither dangerous for humans nor for the environment.
Although it is not toxic, it must be treated, recovered or recycled. It can still burn, ferment, rust or take hundreds of years to decompose and pollute the environment.
Les déchets industriels banals regroupent :
- Used packaging: pallets, crates, covers, cans, etc.
- Production waste: offcuts, scrap, residues, sawdust, etc.
- Used products: paper, unsold, out-of-service equipment, bio-waste, etc.
- Materials: glass, metals, plastic, textile, leather, paper, cardboard, wood, rubble