Schedule wastes are defined as any waste that falls into one of the waste categories listed in the First Schedule, Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005, and the Environmental Quality Act 1974.
Laboratory Chemical Wastes are generated from research and laboratory activities and will require proper waste management of a variety of wastes which may contain a combination of hazard types such as biological, chemical, and radioactive hazards.
Both scheduled wastes and laboratory chemical wastes are required for proper handling, storing, labelling, and disposal management.
Every waste generator is required to notify of schedule waste by filling the Second Schedule, Regulation 3, EQA SW 2005.
Who to fIll up the form? Waste generator, Lab Staff, Lecturer, Researcher, Waste Coordinator
When to fill up the form? Waste's first generation date
Every waste generator is required to record the inventory of wastes in the Fifth Schedule, Regulations 11, EQA SWR 2005.
Who to fill up the form? Waste Generator, Lab Staff, Lecturer, Researcher, Waste Coordinator
It is advice to record inventory for every month for future reference.
Last Update: 06/03/2023