To offer its comprehensive list of services, GV MACERO includes among what it provides the collection and disposal of special non-hazardous waste. The collection takes place using the most modern equipment and guarantees a service tailored to the customer’s needs.
Non-hazardous waste is free of infectious, toxic, corrosive, or otherwise directly harmful substances but still requires handling through special procedures.
Non-hazardous waste can come from various sources, such as agricultural, industrial, or sanitary activities, such as construction and demolition materials, obsolete machinery and equipment, or end-of-life vehicles and their parts.
For the disposal of special non-hazardous waste, it is necessary to contact licensed companies in charge of collecting, transporting, and processing such waste. These companies must comply with current regulations and ensure waste traceability through an identification log.
Proper collection and management of non-hazardous waste reduces the waste sent to landfills and allows for proper disposal.
To protect the environment, recovering non-hazardous special waste is paramount, allowing secondary raw materials to be obtained and thus enabling recycled materials to be given new life.
For collecting and disposing of special non-hazardous waste that is not processed directly at our facilities, GV MACERO offers its customers a brokerage service using specialized partners.
For waste disposal in Brescia, Bergamo, and neighboring areas and across the Lombardy region, GV Macero can arrange non-hazardous waste collection in customized ways. Contact us for more information about our waste collection and disposal services: our staff is ready to assist you.
Following sorting and shredding or transformation into wood chips, the disposal of this waste takes place with a view to their reuse for the production of chipboard, MDF, pulp for paper mills, pallets, blocks, compost for agriculture, wood-cement blocks used in green building or as biomass for the production of electric and thermal energy.
The disposal of scrap metal (raw material for the steel industry) and its recycling allows for saving natural resources and reducing 76% of pollutants and 86% of greenhouse gas emissions.
Due to the continuous evolution of the textile industry and the introduction of technical fibers, textile waste comprises both natural and manufactured materials. The disposal of this waste is not always for recycling. Alternatively, it is directed to energy production.
When recycling is impossible, plastic waste is sent to waste-to-energy plants whenever applicable or to landfills.
Generated by construction and demolition, construction waste requires specific storage equipment and specialized processing facilities.
Where possible, sorting this type of waste allows recyclable fractions to be recovered, limiting disposal in waste-to-energy plants and landfills.