We collect industrial waste according to its type and quantity.

We take responsibility for collecting industrial waste generated in stores, factories, etc. If you have any problems, please feel free to contact us. Our professional staff will be happy to make suggestions.

What is industrial waste?

The term "industrial waste" refers to the amount and nature of waste generated by a business that can cause environmental pollution. For example, cinders, sludge, waste oil, waste acid, waste alkali, and waste plastics. These are defined by law.

Types of industrial wastes

Type Contents
Cinders Coal dust, coke ash, heavy oil ash, waste activated carbon, ash left over from incineration of industrial waste, and scavenged materials in furnaces
Sludge Sludge from wastewater treatment at factories, mud from manufacturing processes, bentonite sludge construction sludge, ready-mixed concrete residue, sewage sludge, sludge from water treatment plants
Waste oil Waste lubricating oil, waste cleaning oil, waste cutting oil, waste fuel oil, waste cooking oil, waste solvent (thinner, alcohol), tar pitch
Waste acid Waste sulfuric acid, waste hydrochloric acid, waste nitric acid, waste chromic acid, waste iron chloride, waste organic acid, waste photographic fixing liquid, acidic waste liquid from acid cleaning process
Waste alkali Waste soda solution, waste photo-developing solution, alkaline waste solution from alkaline cleaning process
Waste plastics Synthetic resin waste, synthetic fiber waste, synthetic rubber waste, etc., solid and liquid synthetic polymer compounds, waste tires (synthetic rubber), waste ion exchange resins
Paper waste* Paper waste from the construction industry (generated in new construction, reconstruction, or removal) pulp, paper, or paper products manufacturing, newspaper, publishing, bookbinding, print processing, and PCB-soaked products (all industries)
Wood waste* Construction (generated by new/renovation or removal), wood product manufacturing, pulp manufacturing, imported wood wholesaling, pallets used in freight distribution, PCB soaked items (all industries),PCB-soaked items (all industries)
Textile waste* Construction industry (generated by new/renovation or removal), textile industry (excluding garment textile product manufacturing industry), PCB-soaked materials (all industries)
Animal and vegetable residues* (Food manufacturing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, flavor and fragrance manufacturing) Solid unwanted animal or plant matter used as raw materials - brewing lees, fermentation lees, bran, bran, breadcrumbs, okara, coffee lees, ham crumbs, other manufacturing lees, and raw material lees

(In addition, solid unwanted animal and vegetable waste and kitchen waste from wholesale and retail businesses and restaurants are business-related general waste.)
Animal solid wastes* Solid waste pertaining to animals and livestock slaughtered or dismembered in slaughterhouses and poultry processed in poultry processing plants
Rubber waste Natural rubber scraps (synthetic rubber scraps are waste plastics)
Metal scrap Cutting scraps, grinding scraps, empty cans, scrap metal
Glass, concrete and ceramic wastes Glass waste, firebrick waste, ceramic waste, cement manufacturing waste
Mining waste Slag from blast furnaces, converter furnaces, electric furnaces, etc., noro from cupolas, waste casting sand, defective ore
Rubble Concrete fragments and other similar unwanted materials, concrete fragments (cement, asphalt), brick fragments, straw fragments, and other noncombustible materials resulting from new construction, reconstruction, or removal of structures
Soot (Dust) (soot and smoke generating facilities, incineration facilities for sludge, waste oil, waste acid, waste alkali and waste plastics as defined in the Air Pollution Control Law), which are captured by dust collection facilities (dry or wet).

※Limited to emissions from establishments in the industries listed in the Contents column.

What is Specific Industrial Waste?

Among industrial wastes, "wastes that are explosive, toxic, infectious, or have other properties that may cause damage to the health or living environment of others" are defined as "specially controlled industrial wastes. These wastes need to be handled with care from discharge to disposal under strict regulations.