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‘Regulated Waste’ is a Queensland-centric term used to describe hazardous waste. This is enshrined in the Environmental Protection (Regulated Waste) Amendment Regulation 2018.

In Victoria, the term in use is ‘Prescribed Waste’, which describes and categorizes the hazardous waste in the state. This is detailed in the EPA Victoria Prescribed Industrial Waste Classifications.

The hazardous waste disposal that Ace Waste deals with, includes but is not limited to:

  • Liquid waste removal
  • hydrocarbon contaminated oils and sludges,
  • flammable wastes (including paints, lacquers, varnish, resins, pigments and solvent),
  • acids and alkalis,
  • oils and emulsions,
  • coolants and glycols,
  • surfactants and cleaning products,
  • laboratory wastes

It is the case, with any type of waste deemed hazardous, that it is dealt with correctly. Ensuring this is our imperative at Ace Waste. It is a central objective of our team when it comes to delivering this is the very best environmental outcome. That’s each and every time we undertake hazardous waste disposal, collection, handling and transportation procedures.

The process Ace Waste uses in completely destroying hazardous waste, creates minimal impact on the environment, compared to dumping in a landfill. As well as producing energy from our facilities

Put your hazardous waste in the hands of the experts, so that you can rest easy knowing it will be handled safely, securely and in accordance with the optimum and cleanest method of destruction.

  • Liquid Waste Removal

    Liquid waste is hazardous due to their potential to harm humans or the environment, and therefore have strict regulations to ensure minimal harm to the environment, when disposing of them.

    Hazardous Liquid Waste includes:

    • Septic Tanks
    • Drilling fluids
    • Solvents 
    • Wastewater
    • Fats
    • oils or grease
    • sludges or any other hazardous household liquids
    • Paint waste and its by-products

    Ace Waste offers and manages the whole process of liquid waste removal, from collection to environmentally-friendly disposal, all in accordance with QLD and VIC regulations. 

  • Paint Waste Disposal

    Paint waste is one of the most common types of liquid waste that is found in landfills, leaving long-lasting damage to the environment. Not only that, but the chemicals, metals and solvents often found in paints, are hazardous and can be damaging to humans

    It is therefore paramount that the disposal of paint waste is done safely.

    Ace Waste implements proper and safe paint waste disposal practices to not only reduce paint waste hazards but to reduce damage to the environment, of the following paint waste disposal types:

    • Deck coatings and floor paints
    • Interior and exterior architectural paint
    • Paint tins and paint packaging
    • Lacquers 
    • Inks, dyes and pigments
    • Varnishes and urethanes (single components)
    • Wood coatings
  • Chemical Waste Disposal

    Produced mostly by large factories and industrial manufacturing, chemical waste refers to any materials, whether solid, liquid or gaseous that can cause significant damage to the environment


    As a substream of hazardous waste, the handling and disposal of chemical waste is highly regulated and must be tracked.


    Chemical waste materials include (but are not limited to): 

    • Solvents
    • Acids and alkalis
    • Toxic materials
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Paints
    • Contaminated consumables
    • Chemicals
    • Items containing mercury

    Ace Waste is a leading provider of chemical waste disposal, offering a comprehensive service, from the collection of the chemical waste to the environmentally-friendly disposal, all in accordance with all Queensland and Victoria government regulations.

  • Flammable Waste Disposal

    Storing flammable waste onsite presents obvious risks for staff and property, but flammable waste poses is a dangerous hazard for both your workplace and the wider public if not handled and disposed of properly.

    The most common types are:

    • Gasoline
    • Battery acids
    • Kerosene
    • Rubbing Alcohol
    • Aerosol cans
    • Diesel
    • Paint thinner and turpentine

    At Ace Waste, our flammable waste disposal and management services ensure that you do not have any worries about any of it. Contact us today and let us worry about the handling and disposal of your flammable waste.

Ace Waste's Hazardous Waste policy procedures

Learn more about our process and points of difference.

Avoid hazardous waste incidents

Our specialised team knows how to safely handle all the various hazardous waste types.

We educate those who generate hazardous waste, in the most effective methods of managing their waste correctly. This means you are better equipped to avoid hazardous waste incidents of any kind.

Compliance made easy

Our team of waste disposal experts provide the right advice to ensure that your waste is disposed of according to government legislative requirements.

Your waste management guidelines

Not only can Ace Waste handle and dispose of your hazardous waste most efficiently for you, but we can show you the way forward in waste management.

We have prepared detailed waste management guidelines for you as a part of our comprehensive waste solution.

Minimal environmental impact

Prevent harm to human health and the environment with our EPA approved method of regulated and prescribed waste disposal.

Safe and stress-free solution

Ace Waste’s waste-strategies are tailored to your needs. Our hazardous waste incineration facilities provide a safe and stress-free solution that is in accordance with Australian Government regulations.

Industries we work with for Hazardous Waste Disposal

Paint Manufacturers

Liquid Waste

Auto Manufacturers

Chemical Waste Manufacturers

Large Manufacturing Plants

International/Domestic Airports


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