Industrial Manufacturing Analysis of Wastes
Manage your waste water wisely with water and waste water services from SGS. Call our waste testing team today.
Manufacturing of goods or provision of services can result in residual products or dangerous waste that needs to be disposed of properly. The Clean Water Act requires businesses to meet regulations for clean water and to monitor discharge of any waste water into streams and rivers.
Our waste testing laboratories conduct mandatory analysis for water quality assurance and monitoring water pollution. We analyse your effluent and drainage systems and work with you to implement practical and cost-effective solutions to your waste problems. All our laboratory testing is performed according to recognised global standards. Our rigorous analyses include testing for acid, sulphur, cyanide and dissolved metal.
We provide you with a certificate as independent verification that your waste is being treated in accordance with the latest health and safety regulations. And we can take on the administrative burden of tasks such as arranging transport documents and supply permits if necessary.
Working together with you, we examine the best ideas for waste management and we offer expert advice on a range of options for disposal and decontamination. Our solutions are designed to be environmentally friendly and we continually look for ways to reduce and recycle waste to control and prevent any future contamination.
Reducing your waste and your environmental impact makes good business sense. A partnership with SGS can strengthen your environmental record with the back-up of our experience and technical expertise to managing your waste efficiently. Call our team today.
Locally we provide analysis for three different types of waste: solid, liquid and hydrobiological. In Peru our laboratories in Callao and Cajamarca are both ISO 17025 accredited and conduct analysis of environmental samples. Our network of facilities across the country offers local options for sample supply making shipping easier and reducing the risk of loss for perishable samples.
For further information contact your local SGS office.