• What Type of Waste is Your Business Producing?

    Many businesses across several industries produce hazardous waste as a natural part of their business operations. While there typically isn’t a lot that can be done to reduce the amount of hazardous waste produced, there are ways it should be handled, disposed of, or recycled. Even businesses like dry cleaners and printers produce hazardous waste. […]

  • Common Wastewater Treatment Methods

    Water is not only an essential element to the human body and our planet, but it is also a crucial part of many businesses. Water is used for many industrial purposes including: Manufacturing goods Cooling Heating Carrying raw materials or waste matter And much more Once the water has been used it is then classified […]

  • A Pollution Case Study: Love Canal

    Industrial pollution affects many of the waterways throughout the United States. In this video, you will learn about the environmental cleanup project implemented in the Love Canal and the surrounding area to remove pollution. By administering safe industrial waste disposal processes for surrounding factories, workers were able to eliminate pollution from the canal. If your […]

  • What is In Situ Burning?

    An oil or chemical spill is a serious emergency that requires prompt and effective environmental cleanup services. In order to contain oil that has spilled into a large body of water, a waste management team may rely on the process of in situ burning. The term “in situ burning” describes the technique of burning an […]

  • The Basics of Chemical Recycling

    Chemical waste is a byproduct of many different industrial manufacturing processes. If your company is disposing of large quantities of chemicals throughout the workweek, it may be time to explore your options for chemical recycling. With chemical recycling, you can safely dispose of your excess chemicals and allow them to be reused or repurposed. To […]

  • Could Your Waste Be a Revenue Source?

    When you set up waste management services for your business, you may want to consider whether your waste could provide a potential source of additional income. With careful chemical waste management, you may be able to sell your extra chemicals to other companies across the United States. By selling your excess chemicals, rather than disposing […]

  • An Introduction to Soil Pollution

    Soil pollution can have a negative impact on plants, animals, the water table and other environmental elements. In this video, you will take a look at the dangers of soil pollution. When industrial factories do not practice proper waste management, their byproducts could enter the surrounding soil and cause pollution. With correct industrial waste disposal, […]

  • What Is Asbestos?

    Until very recently, asbestos fibers were used in many different industrial applications. When you perform industrial waste disposal for an older commercial building, it is important to be aware of the potential risk of asbestos exposure. A company that offers professional waste disposal services for industrial clients will be able to safely and effectively clear […]

  • What Happens to Unused Chemicals?

    Chemicals can be sensitive and should be handled with care, but sometimes you might not use your entire storage. Although you might not have any use for the chemicals anymore, someone else probably will. Through chemical trading, you can find someone who needs what you have. Some chemicals can also be repurposed and used for […]

  • Recovering Product After a Storage Mishap

    Things don’t always go according to your original plan, which is why it’s always nice to have a backup. Things can even go wrong in storage, so your waste management plan should account for accidents. Feel free to read ahead for tips on recovering product after a storage mishap. If you have to store chemicals […]