As a byproduct of Campari’s manufacturing process, sludge is generated and occasionally requires specific treatment, in this case, incineration. CEAC Outsourcing undertook the role of waste management in the disposal of 60,000 kgs of hazardous waste sludge.

The role of CEAC included:

  • Collection and transportation of waste
  • Documentation & record keeping of chain of custody
  • Incineration
  • Emissions monitoring and analysis to maintain environmental compliance
  • Reporting to the National Environment and Planning Agency
  • Ash storage
  • Ash disposal
  • Provision of “certificate of completion” I.e Evidence of environmentally compliant waste management/ disposal/ treatment

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