Waste Disposal & Recycling Services
Serving Springtown & The Surrounding Areas
WASTE DISPOSAL & RECYCLING DONE RIGHT
It's a fact of human existence that we will have waste products. From the natural waste our bodies produce to the waste from the food we consume and the processes to make the food we consume, materials are discarded in these systems that must be properly cared for and disposed of so that no harm comes to human, environmental, or animal health. As the past proves, improper disposal of waste products can cause serious illnesses or even death, not to mention they can make living extremely unpleasant.
Eagle Remediation and Demolition Services in Springtown performs waste characterization and profiling of impacted soil, water, asbestos, industrial waste, hazardous waste, and debris. Once classified, it can then be determined how to handle and dispose of these wastes. Some can go through a treatment process in order to purify them. Others can be reused in recycling. And some have to be buried. Eagle Remediation utilizes our transportation fleet to dispose of waste in bulk or by the drum for those products, such as hazardous waste materials, that cannot be handled in any other way. If your Springtown-area business needs help with its waste or hazardous waste material handling, disposal, or transportation, contact our waste disposal company today!
OUR WASTE DISPOSAL & RECYCLING SERVICES NEAR SPRINGTOWN
- Hazardous waste disposal
- Non-hazardous waste disposal
- Soil and water disposal
- Debris disposal
THE WASTE DISPOSAL & RECYCLING PROCESS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE
Hazardous waste is just like any other waste with the caveat that it contains properties that may be dangerous or can cause harm to humans and/or the environment. Many industries and commercial businesses generate hazardous waste products from their processes that then need to be disposed of properly. Some of these wastes products include liquid wastes, solids, gases, sludges, and other chemicals. Hazardous waste is subject to federal, state, and local regulation for the protection of the public.
- The first step in hazardous waste disposal is waste classification or characterization. According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), hazardous waste must be a solid waste and deemed to be hazardous. Eagle Remediation & Waste Disposal in Springtown offers waste characterization services so that you can be sure you are disposing of your waste properly.
- Next, you have to ensure you are properly storing your hazardous waste as it awaits hazardous waste transportation. Again, hazardous waste storage and containers are subject to regulation by the state, local, and federal authorities for the safety of everyone. It must be stored in containers, tanks, drip pads, containment buildings, surface impoundments, waste piles, or other approved containers that are leak-proof. By far the more popular option of hazardous waste disposal is sealed containers because these are easy for transport.
- Finally, hazardous waste transportation is where hazardous waste is moved to its final destination for either disposal, treatment, or recycling. Drivers of hazardous waste transportation vehicles have to be certified and licensed by their state in order to transport these materials. Most of us have heard of hazmat spills on the highways. When this happens, the highway is shut down and a containment crew must be called in to clean up the hazmat spill so the area can be safe to others again. Occasionally, hazardous waste goes to a temporary transfer facility first. Eagle Remediation & Waste Disposal in Springtown offers hazardous waste transportation services for are Springtown businesses.
“To leave the world better than you found it, sometimes you have to pick up other people's trash.”
― Bill Nye, Science Guy
THE WASTE DISPOSAL & RECYCLING OPTIONS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE
Hazardous waste recycling is the most environmentally-friendly way to handle hazardous waste. The EPA has implemented recycling regulations in order to help promote the benefits of hazardous waste recycling, such as the reuse of materials, saving more source materials, and to ensure the safe handling of these materials. You can reclaim a hazardous material by processing it to recover a usable product or if it is regenerated. You can reuse hazardous materials as an ingredient in other processes that create new products. Or, you can burn hazardous materials for energy recovery as a fuel source.
There are different types of waste treatments available for hazardous wastes, including physical, biological, and chemical neutralization or stabilization. Physical treatments involve the adding of solid material to make it more solid and help to prevent any harmful chemical reactions from occurring. Other physical treatments include distillation, filtering hazardous solids, and soil washing. Biological treatments include the use of microbes to break down these hazardous wastes through organic chemical reactions. In the chemical treatment of hazardous wastes, certain chemicals are added in order to help decrease the toxicity of the hazardous waste by changing its chemical composition, thereby making it less harmful to the environment. Chemical neutralization relies on the same ideas, except acids come into play here. Acids are mixed with a high-pH material to make it safer as well.
The last way to dispose of hazardous wastes is through burial. This land disposal method uses landfills that are specifically designated for hazardous wastes. They must meet higher standards set by the EPA in order to protect public health. Still, most hazardous wastes but be treated to some extent before being buried in the ground. The other land disposal method is called deep well injection. This method is used for about 60% of all hazardous waste disposal in the United States. Here, hazardous waste is buried into wells in impervious rock formations along with water. Some hazardous wastes are buried in deep mines, natural caverns, and man-made holes. Eagle Remediation & Demolition Services in Springtown offers hazardous waste treatment options, including for soil and water, as well as non-hazardous waste disposal and recycling services. Call us to get started today!
CHOOSE EAGLE FOR ALL YOUR HAZARDOUS WASTE & NON-HAZARDOUS DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING NEEDS
Eagle Remediation & Demolition Services in Springtown offers the best waste disposal and recycling services in this area. Our professional team can characterize your waste, as well as profile the impacted soil, water, asbestos, debris, and more for your business. We have years of experience in helping our industrial, commercial, governmental, and institutional clients properly manage and dispose of both their hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. We aim to be your one-stop-shop for waste disposal and recycling services, from the initial analysis to the transportation and treatment.
Our mission is to ensure your business and employees are safe by executing these jobs effectively and efficiently, thereby drastically reducing the risk to anyone around hazardous or non-hazardous waste materials. Our environmental remediation services team can effectively help you with contaminated soil removal, soil screenings, and petroleum remediation. By offering all of these services to you, you can rest assured knowing that you are in compliance with the EPA and other applicable laws governing your business.
We understand that running your business takes all of your time, which is why we offer comprehensive environmental solutions. With just one waste disposal, recycling and remediation company, you can partner with us and let our experienced team handle the rest. From lead abatement and concrete demolition to well installation and sandblasting, we've got your needs covered. Reach out to our Springfield environmental remediation company today!
We look forward to meeting you and your team and helping you define your goals, develop solutions – and implement them! So what are you waiting for, let’s meet!