Any organization , and particularly those that generate industrial waste, must face the simultaneous challenges of managing their waste, maintaining compliance and minimizing environmental impact. It is especially important to address these challenges in the face of increasing regulatory and consumer focus on environmental responsibility.
For both hazardous and nonhazardous waste, destruction and disposal are not the only options. Many waste types, for example, can be recycled, reused or repurposed in various ways, some of which constitute disposal according to the EPA. Through alternative use, reuse, and reclamation, offers manufacturers and other businesses and waste generators cost-effective industrial waste services.
Teams of experts collaborate with customers to recycle as much waste as possible in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) hazardous waste recycling regulations. Customers of all sizes receive professional guidance on how best to reuse, reclaim and even generate energy from material that would otherwise be considered waste.
Waste management expertise helps industrial customers determine which recycling options best suit any particular budget and waste stream. Unparalleled guidance is offered for the following solutions:
– Alternate uses for hazardous waste (use constituting disposal): for example, some hazardous waste can be converted into fertilizer.
– Incorporating hazardous waste into other products (use constituting disposal): using waste material to make other materials such as asphalt.
– Direct use or reuse of a waste as an ingredient in a product or substitute product: for example, latex paint can be mixed with ash to make cement mix for concrete.