The waste was identified as UN 1824, GE III and UN 1992, GE II. Axelle enters the data into QuickADR and checks the conformity of the packaging used by the service provider, who suggests loading the 10-liter drums into an approved Large Pack: only authorized packaging appears.
Axelle realized that for UN 1992 in GE II, large packagings were prohibited as ADR packaging. They can only be used as overpacks. Each 10-l can must therefore be approved, labelled and marked in accordance with ADR. The QuickADR control system adjusts to these requirements.
Axelle also takes the opportunity to check the special provisions of the products in the "before loading" section of the application. All the information you need to pack your waste correctly is there.