CDM provides a new and modern warehouse for storing hazardous materials in compliance with the Seveso law. The facility was designed and built in full compliance with Legislative decree no. 105/2015 (Seveso III) and guarantees the highest safety standards for the environment and local population. Cutting-edge technological solutions have been implemented to ensure risk prevention and minimise possible accidents.
The storage warehouse is certified under Seveso regulations and features appropriately compartmentalised areas with REI 240 walls, complying with storage quantity limits based on the hazardousness category of the products stored and the requirements.
The storage of Seveso-Law products is able to serve the North East regions of Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia, and Trentino Alto Adige.
Since 1976, following the incident at the Icmesa plant in Seveso, the European Union established a unified approach to preventing accidents in industrial facilities and the storage of hazardous materials.
In 2005, the regulations were updated to the Seveso III version. The update introduced changes to the classification, labelling and packaging of hazardous substances to align the system for identifying and categorising chemicals used in the EU with the internationally recognised system called GHS (Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals).
Such as aerosols with risk classification H220 (formerly R12)
Such as solvents, paints H225 (formerly F, R11), liquid epoxy resins classified H225 or H226 (formerly R10) and combustible substances in general
Such as fertilisers and ammonium potassium nitrate fertilisers classified H271 or H272 (formerly R8)
Classified H225 H300, H310, H330
Classified H400, H410 and H411 (formerly N, R50, R51/53).