In short, industrial residues are elements that are “left over” from industrial production processes, and that cannot be discarded without a specific control and method being made for their disposal.
These elements that result from industrial production that has no function for industry, present a mixed composition that, in many cases, makes them dangerous compounds, bringing negative consequences not only for the health of the environment , but also for health public of the whole region where the industry is installed.
Therefore, it is important to carry out diagnoses in order to correctly identify the waste generated, as well as its classification and correct disposal mode, in addition to certifying that the transporter, attendant or company contracted to give the waste the correct destination are complying with environmental legislation. .
Some examples of industrial waste that are very commonly generated in industries are ashes, oils, alkaline or acid residues, plastics, wood, paper, ceramics, glass, metal and slag. And as industrial effluents , ( liquid industrial waste ), we have liquid iodine results in the treatment of sewage.