Hazardous Waste Treatment
RCRA Part B Licensed TSDF
Clean Earth's Charlotte, North Carolina facility provides hazardous waste management solutions as a licensed treatment storage and disposal facility (TSDF) for a wide variety of industries. This facility's technology allows for treatment as well as environmentally responsible disposal of waste and by-product for a wide variety of businesses and industries.
Clean Earth's North Carolina facility features a full-service, on-site hazardous wastewater treatment plant specializing in the treatment and processing of wastewater contaminated with hazardous substances. At this site Clean Earth is permitted to process:
All three sub-categories listed in the “Centralized Waste Treatment” categorical standards of the Clean Water Act.
Waste streams containing metals, organics and oil.
Aqueous Treatment includes wastewater neutralization, precipitation, pH adjustment and de-watering.
Hazardous Lean Water/Fuel Processing
This proprietary facility design includes state of the art equipment that enables Clean Earth to be very cost-competitive in the recycling and processing of hazardous waste streams containing high percentages of water (>90%) and low percentages of organics.
Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Liquids
Clean Earth handles a wide variety of hazardous and non-hazardous liquids, including:
- Organic and nonorganic/10W BTW solvent-laden water
- RCRA heavy metals
- Industrial water mixtures
- CERCLA hazardous wastewater
- RCRA and non-TSCA wastewater
- Lean water/solvent-laden solutions
Clean Earth can transport and treat hazardous solids to meet all regulatory and compliance requirements.
Hazardous Drum Processing
Clean Earth provides pickup and processing of drum waste, from small containers to large 55-gallon drums to totes. Pickups can be scheduled on a regular basis to insure you are in compliance with all local, regional and federal regulations.
Permits and Certifications
Clean Earth's Charlotte facility holds permits for acceptance of over 400 waste codes in all container sizes (i.e. drums, totes, cyb as well as bulk tankers.)