Hazardous Waste Management

LBin™ Systems Provides a Significant Improvement in, The Management of all Forms of Hazardous Waste.

LBin™ Chemical Containment

The LBin™ Systems is suited to configuration as a chemical drop off bay.
With its integral chemical containment and control design, the LBin™ is well suited prevent hazardous spillage.

Hazardous Waste Management

  • Delivered material can be more thoroughly inspected with Lay & Display
  • Lay & Display allows hazardous materials to be more easily detected before it is mixed into the bulk waste where it becomes a much larger problem
  • Hazardous materials are contained in the LBin™ that has a full seal welded floor to contain any spilt material
  • A quarantine membrane can be quickly fitted to an LBin™ to completely contain the hazard
  • The LBin™ with hazardous material can be removed from the transfer area to a quarantine zone. Allowing the rest of the facility to continue operating

FC Sheeting & Asbestos

Asbestos sheeting is contained within the Lbin.
A Quarantine membrane can be applied.
Bin can be relocated to a quarantine area for further treatment.
Facility can continue to operate with the material safely removed.

Asbestos Management

  • Asbestos is a huge and expensive disposal problem.
    The public are often tempted to dispose of small quantities into the general waste to avoid costly and inconvenient disposal.
  • This presents an enormous risk to the waste management industry as it can result in the need to remediate large volumes of general or green waste around the asbestos contamination and can result in transfer stations needing to be shut down.

Asbestos Management

  • Asbestos is a huge and expensive disposal problem.
    The public are often tempted to dispose of small quantities into the general waste to avoid costly and inconvenient disposal.
  • This presents an enormous risk to the waste management industry as it can result in the need to remediate large volumes of general or green waste around the asbestos contamination and can result in transfer stations needing to be shut down.