Inert Waste

Inert waste is a type of waste that is considered to be non-hazardous and will not undergo physical, chemical, or biological change. This means that it is unlikely to cause any environmental pollution or harm human health. Inert waste typically includes materials such as bricks, concrete, stones, and soil. These materials are often considered to be inert because they are chemically stable and do not react with other substances.

Inert waste is typically produced during construction, demolition, and excavation activities. It is important to properly manage and dispose of inert waste to prevent it from accumulating in landfills or other areas and potentially causing harm to the environment or human health.

Proper management of inert waste typically involves separating it from other types of waste and disposing of it in designated landfills or recycling facilities. In some cases, inert waste can also be reused or repurposed, such as in the construction of roads or other infrastructure projects. Overall, proper management of inert waste is crucial for protecting the environment and human health.