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Hazardous waste removal

We offer a complete service for the collection, recycling, recovery, treatment, and final disposal of hazardous waste. Our equipment includes containers, tins, cylinders, drums, pallets and small and medium vans for small volume hazardous waste collections. Stop worrying about the health effects that these hazardous and toxic materials can have on your children and pets. Stop wondering about the environmental problems and cleanup costs that will occur if they are spilled. Disposal of hazardous waste is regulated and must be tracked. Consumers are often unsure about how to properly manage and dispose of the many household hazardous wastes commonly found in most homes. Any hazardous waste effort, from a single collection event to a long-term program, presents a certain amount of risk in the form of penalties for violations, health and safety concerns, and the potential for environmental harm. Our in-house treatment processes include chemical recycling, solvent blending, neutralization, biological waste treatment, oil removal, redox treatment and high temperature incineration. Compact fluorescent lamps, batteries; Syringes, medical sharps, medication; Aerosol cans; Lighter fluid; Pesticides and garden products; Cooking oil; Air fresheners; Swimming pool chemicals; Propane and helium tanks and cylinders; Paint, primers, stain, turpentine, glue; Household cleaning products, drain cleaners, bleach; Motor oil, gasoline, windshield fluid and many others items – that’s all household hazardous waste. The best way to handle household hazardous waste is to prevent it in the first place.

Safe handling and proper disposal of these materials will protect you, your family and our environment.

Items should be securely contained and clearly labeled before taking them to a roundup. Many of the products we use every day are considered hazardous. They can be readily identified by certain signals words such as Danger, Warning, Caution, or Poisonous, found on their labels. Under no circumstance should you ever mix materials. Explosives, ammunition, radioactive materials, regular trash, waste from businesses and tires will not be accepted at a roundup.