WESSLING Poland invites you to a webinar entitled "Dangerous waste. A practical approach to the possibility of reclassifying waste into non-hazardous waste ”. A free webinar in the form of an online meeting will be conducted by one of our experts in environmental consulting, Aleksandra Nowak.
Topic: Hazardous waste. A practical approach to the possibility of reclassifying waste into non-hazardous waste
Organizer: WESSLING Polska
Date: May 31, 2022, 11:00 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour
Mode: Online meeting
Sign up: https://forms.gle/ejZvx3uWf1VKofBG6
More and more entrepreneurs, counting the costs related to the functioning of the enterprise, begin to analyze the types of waste generated and the possibility of their reclassification into non-hazardous waste. Questions arise: How to do it? Can the waste code be changed in each case? What conditions must be met when reclassifying waste to make it compliant with the legal regulations? Answers to the above questions will be discussed at a free on-line meeting, chaired by Aleksandra Nowak.
The presentation will discuss the legal aspects according to which waste codes are assigned/changed, as well as issues related to the difficulty of meeting them.
After you express your will to participate in the webinar, you will receive a link to join the day before the meeting. The link with the confirmation of the webinar will be sent to the e-mail address provided by you. We encourage you to ask questions via the application form or during the Q&A session at the end of the meeting.
We reserve the right to change the date of the webinar if the appropriate group of people does not gather on the proposed date.
Aleksandra Nowak is a specialist with several years of experience in providing services as part of environmental consulting. In her daily work, she advises and helps to solve problems of entrepreneurs related to the broadly understood environmental protection, in particular in the field of waste management. Her professional achievements include numerous documentation and opinions related to, inter alia, waste. She gains her experience by conducting environmental audits, during which she not only identifies inaccuracies, but also advises on how to eliminate them.