Waste Management Services

We predominantly have expertise and tend to focus on the Flexographic Printing and packaging industry waste. 

Eurosolve commits to helping its customers to solve their Hazardous Waste Disposal problems primarily through recycling or energy recovery routes.

'follow the waste hierarchy'


We like to help our customers and potential customers to follow the waste hierarchy that the Environmental Agency has implemented through amended Duty of Care requirements from 28 September 2011. Following the waste hierarchy is good practice which businesses should adopt as a matter of course.

The 5 steps are: prevention; preparing for re-use; recycling; other recovery (for example, energy recovery); and disposal. Eurosolve focus on all of these in different ways.

Step 1 - Prevention


We try to prevent waste and therefore offer a service of toll recovery for your printing ink solvent waste, this prevents it being collected as a disposal and records reflect this.

Step 2 - Re-Use

By using our toll recovery services you are re-using the product that was originally sent in to your company e.g. to think printing inks.

Step 3 - Recycling

We can recycle you solvent waste even if you have no demand or use to receive it back; we can then sell it for cleaning/ wash up purposes; this is reducing the sectors carbon footprint and ultimately helping you to help the environment. 

We also dispose of scrap metal/ plastic containers via this route.

Step 4 - Other recovery

Solvent waste that is non pumpable or adhesive but still calorific can be used to burn in fuel kilns. This is where your waste goes when we take it away and manage its route.

Step 5 - Disposal

Where needed and ultimately the last choice we dispose of waste to Land fill.

We also offer a competitive waste solvent acquisition service aimed at obtaining materials for recycling under our name for sale back into the world market via a wide range of outlets.

Eurosolve acts as a consultant in managing your waste and uses many options. With residues from the solvent recycling processes, along with organic wastes that cannot be economically recycled back into reusable product, it is sent to manufacture Cemfuel, a secondary liquid fuel used as a replacement for fossil fuels for cement kilns.