Chemical Waste Recycling

Chemical wastes  are the waste generally produced from chemical industries or by research laboratories and comprises of harmful compounds or substances. A chemical substance is a form of matter that has constant chemical composition and characteristic properties. It cannot be separated into components by physical separation methods, without breaking chemical bonds.  Chemical substances can be elements, chemical, ions or alloys. Waste organic solvents especially non chlorinated solvents, waste elementary mercury, spent acids and bases are the usually the chemical substances that are recycled. Chemical waste recycling process is generally carried out by pyrolysis, degradation by heat in absence of Oxygen or air, or vacuum



  • Recycling organic solvents
  • Recycling Mercury containing waste
  • Recycling Polycarbonate waste
  • Recycling photographic waste for recovering Silver

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