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How to handle hazardous waste

Date: Monday 6 November 1.00 PM - 2:00 PM (plus time for questions)

Venue: Magnélisalen, Svante Arrhenius Väg 16B

Lecturer: Daniel Sellberg, SEKA Miljöteknik AB

Language: English

SEKA Miljöteknik AB (the University’s hazardous waste contractor) will give information about safe handling of hazardous waste (chemical, biological etc.). Definition of and regulations about hazardous waste. How to sort, pack, store and mark the hazardous waste. What happens after leaving it in M212?

Sign up for this seminar by email: no later than 27 October.


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The University works systematically with environmental issues and complies with the requirements of the environmental management standards ISO 14001 and EMAS. Consequently, concern for the environment is a part of our daily work.

The University aims to reduce the negative environmental impact and increase the positive impact. Negative impact occurs if we, as for example, travel on duty and do not show concern for the environment when planning our trip. Positive impact is when we educate and disseminate knowledge concerning issues related to the environment and sustainable development.

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