Landfill disposal

Hazardous waste streams/products such as electronic wastes, pesticide containers and old vehicles should not be comingled with general waste for landfill disposal

How to prevent Landfill disposal

  • Avoid placing hazardous waste (Electronic, Medical, Tyres, Oil, Metals, Cables) in the general waste for collection or disposal
  • Sort waste by grouping objects made of the same or similar materials together. Label and store properly until you can deliver to appropriate waste management entity
  • Repurposing items that are about to be thrown away can reduce your waste output and reduce overall landfill volumes
  • Recycle your sorted waste by contacting your local recycler for information on drop offs or pick-ups.

Landfill disposal AUDIENCES


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