Dead laboratory animals (mice, rats, moles, fishes, pigs etc)
Biohazardous carcasses (infected with organisms pathogenic to humans or animal) must be autoclaved before delivered the Honkajoki Animal waste treatment plant or incinirate at a hazardous waste plant (Ekokem Oy).
Destroyed in the hazardous animal waste treatment plant (Honkajoki Oy)
Radioactive Wastes and Discharges ST 6.2 Guidelines
Packages shall be
marked appropriately, mentioning the primary radionuclides and their activity.
the storage area or the waste packages must be
marked with a sign indicating a danger of radiation.
After completion of the necessary storage period, the waste will be disposed of as ordinary waste (Remove signs indicating a danger of radiation)
CHEMICAL WASTE VIILTÄVÄ JA PISTÄVÄ JÄTE SHARP WASTE Chemical waste
highly flammable / flammable
very toxic/ toxic
Segregation and Packaging
Segregation of different waste
Storage of incompatible chemicals in different cabinets / room
Ekokem Oy Ab hazardous waste disposal plant
Waste, which has one or more of the following characteristics:
Old labelling of dangerous chemicals This labelling can be used for substances until 1. of December 2010 or for mixtures until 1. June 2015. Explosive E Flammable F Highly flammable F+ Oxidizing 0 Toxic T Very toxic T Corrosive C Harmful Xn Irritant Xi Dangerous for environment N
Acutely toxic Serious impacts on health Oxcidizing Corrosive Flammable Mild impacts on health Dangerous for environment Pressured gas Explosive New labelling of hazardous chemicals CLP-decree ( Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures) New labelling is to be used for chemical substances from 1. of December 2010 And for mixtures from 1. of June 2015.