Among the industrial solid residues, the galvanic wastes have been received special attention, due to the nature of its components. These residues in general present a high concentration of alkaline and transition metals. When discarded or stored inadequately, they can be released for the environment, causing ecological and health damages. An interesting alternative to recycle those wastes is to remove them from the environment, through its incorporation in silicate glasses matrices. This work proposes the obtaining of amorphous structures, glasses or frits, from formulations with industrial solid galvanic wastes, with good chemical stability. A characterization study of the residue and primary materials, as commercial silica and feldspar and investigations about the formation of amorphous phases, galvanic wastes incorporation and chemical stability of the obtained products, were made. With these results, it was possible to formulate compositions that allow the obtaining of frits for ceramic enamels, with 23 % in weight of solid galvanic waste incorporated and good coating characteristics.