Windsor Waste Management has extensive knowledge and experience in the identification, management and disposal of wastes produced from the removal of coatings which may contain hazardous substances, in particular lead and other heavy metals. Coatings containing lead can be found on many structures including railings and buildings as well as railway stations, bridges and signal boxes.
We work with a number of industrial painting contractors and provide specialised containers, identification, analysis and guidance on disposal of lead paint and contaminated grit blast. If an analysis identifies that the waste contains above the permitted threshold of heavy metals and other constituents (on an individual or accumulative level), the paint will be classified as hazardous and disposed of at a suitably licensed hazardous waste facility.
Windsor Waste Management has a wealth of experience in the waste industry specialising in the more difficult waste streams where there is generally a lack of knowledge and understanding. Choosing Windsor Waste Management will ensure compliance and total peace of mind that all wastes removed from site are dealt with and disposed of correctly and in accordance with all current legislation.
All paperwork required for the collection and disposal of contaminated grit blast and lead paint is provided in line with current waste regulations. This is also available via our online customer administration service.