Disposal of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Wastes

 

  • ​​Delisting:  Delisting  Treatment process converts hazardous inorganic wastes into  non-hazardous delisted residuals.  Once your waste is delisted, it is no  longer considered RCRA hazardous, eliminating your liabilities as well  as minimizing other long-term risks associated with disposal.
  • Hazardous Waste Landfill: Some waste streams cannot be treated and must go to a hazardous waste landfill.
  • Solid and Liquid Treatment:
  • Wastes containing organic contaminates are treated via chemical oxidation, a process that breaks down the organic material.
  • Hazardous  debris streams are treated using a microencapsulation treatment  technology, which reduces the leachability of hazardous constituents so  material can be safely disposed of in a RCRA Subtitle C Landfill.
  • Metal  bearing wastes are treated using a stabilization process that  decharacterizes the waste so that it can be disposed of in a  non-hazardous Subtitle D Landfill for disposal.
  • Wastewater Treatment: Utilizing combination of physical, biological, and chemical processes meet regulated levels for discharge.
  • Thermal Desorption:  The  technology produces "clean" residualswhile maximizing the recovery of  metal and oil values contained in the wastes.  This solution addresses a  variety of waste streams, including oil-contaminated drill cuttings,  refinery waste, petrochemical wastes, hydrocarbon contaiminated soils,  spent catalyst and other petroleum compatible residuals.
  • Fuels Blending:​  Liquids,  sludges and solids with even a low heat value or BTU content can be  blended to meet specific requirements for fuels conversion in cement  kilns.
  • Incineration/Thermal Treatment:  Reduce the solid mass of the original waste by 80-85% significantly reducing volume for disposal