Environmental protection is nowadays embedded in almost all spheres of our life, precisely because of the awareness fragility of nature and human health. Therefore, countries are adopting ever stricter environmental policy, which imposes more responsible waste management, which aim is to prevent waste and its reuse, recycling and recovery of waste, with the aim to reduce the amount on landfills and reduce the use of natural resources and the negative impacts on the environment. Company X belongs to a branch, which extent of environmental pollution can be of larger dimensions. Therefore, the Company X is trying to meet the requirements of legislation and lead an active environmental policy with number of successful operations to protect the environment. The waste management hierarchy involves, according to legislation, following the prevention, preparing for re-use, recycling, other recovery operations and waste disposal. Waste management in the company X includes all the procedures of agent handling, via the collector to the recovery or disposal of waste, all the control procedures, documentation and reporting. Technical, organizational and other measures for the waste prevention and reduction and its harmful effects on the environment and human health are regulated by systemic standard procedures of internal rules on waste management. This thesis presents the types of waste generated by the Company X, currently waste management, an overview of energy consumption, atmospheric release of emissions into the air and water, waste growth in the period from 2010 to 2015 and the final evaluation of the environmental impact and emissions and waste reduce precautions. The study has pointed out that the company faces difficulties in dealing with the following types of waste: wooden pallets, plastic barrels, production of halogenated solvents and waste blisters. Currently, the handling is quite successful, but the company strives for new, optimal solutions that would deliver more satisfying results for both the company and the environment.