Reclassification of 2,4-Dinitriphenylhydrazine
Changes in the explosives regulations (ER2014) mean that the above material, also known as 2,4-DNP, DNPH, or Brady's Reagent has been reclassified as an explosive. Labwaste Ltd are able to provide full on-site deactivation and removal for disposal without fuss or drama. Please call our team for advice and quotation or see the 2,4-DNP page for more details.
Labwaste Ltd are the UK's leading specialists in the disposal of Laboratory Wastes.
We operate one of the UK's most advanced Hazardous Waste Transfer Stations which delivers outstanding re-use and recovery rates for the wastes received, and we operate a substantial fleet of small vans and lorries to all areas of England, Scotland, and Wales providing frequent collections of small to medium quantities of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes.
Our services include the disposal of Chemical, Clinical, Microbiological, Pharmaceutical, and Sharps Wastes. We offer the collection for recycling of sensitive materials such as Waste Chemical Packaging and Refrigerators, and provide WEEE Compliant Disposals of Electrical & Electronic Equipment. Other services include Confidential Material Disposals, and Laboratory Closure Clearances and Lab Decontamination.
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