Planning and Logistics
Clean Earth's experienced representatives will help you develop the most cost-effective treatment and disposal plan. At the same time, our approvals coordinator, compliance department and transportation group will work together to develop an overall strategy for reducing liability and maximizing project efficiency.
Clean Earth partners with a number of fully certified and licensed laboratories that perform field sampling and soil collection, laboratory analysis, site sampling plans and sampling location diagrams. Clean Earth also has a number of facilities that are permitted to pull samples upon arrival.
With more than 26 years of transportation experience, Clean Earth makes removal of contaminated soil or other waste material a hassle-free job. Clean Earth's fleet of pre-qualified independent haulers includes a wide range of trucks designed to carry specific material from your site to our facilities.
Our Vice President of Compliance, Approvals Manager and Facility Managers work together to produce a comprehensive materials management plan that will keep your project in compliance with the applicable regulatory agencies.
Clean Earth will provide uniform manifests for your project that can be used throughout our network of facilities. Manifests are uniquely numbered and include a place for your project's specific approval number. These two numbering systems work together to provide comprehensive tracking of every pound of material moved from your site to ours.
Soil & Waste Logistics
Since 1991, Clean Earth has overseen more than 15,000 projects involving transportation and disposal or recycling of contaminated soil. Our experience includes RCRA-hazardous and non-hazardous soils, dredged sediments and other environmentally-regulated waste materials, petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH), toxic metals, PCBs, solvents, herbicides, pesticides, coal tar, industrial chemicals, asbestos, ash and debris.
Our expertise includes:
- Identifying appropriate testing methods and soil sampling frequencies in accordance with facility-specific analytical requirements
- Interpreting laboratory analytical data to determine soil "waste classification" with respect to facility acceptance criteria
- Identifying the most cost-effective transportation and disposal options
- Implementing and coordinating soil removal projects from start to finish, including applicable document submissions, facility approvals and material manifesting