Clean Earth's hazardous waste facility in Calvert City, Kentucky is a TSDF that manages solid, semi-solid, gas, and liquid hazardous and non-hazardous waste from off site generators. Clean Earth receives hazardous and non-hazardous wastes from industrial and government clients that can be accepted in a variety of containers ranging from 55 gallon drums, cubic yard boxes, totes, pails, etc.; and also bulk loads ranging from roll off boxes, end dumps, vacuum trucks, and tanker trucks. Accepted wastes include but are not limited to metal-bearing, acids, caustics, toxics, ignitables, etc. Clean Earth is capable of neutralization, stabilization, micro-encapsulation, and solidification of hazardous and non hazardous wastes.
RCRA Part B permitted transfer, storage, and disposal facility (TSDF) that accepts hazardous and non-hazardous waste
Materials Management, Planning, Transload, Technical Assistance, Lab Packing, Sampling, Laboratory Analysis, Manifesting, Loading, Project Management, Transportation, Packaging, Disposal
Chemical Fixation (or stabilization) of RCRA Hazardous Waste, Solidification of Non-Hazardous Waste, Fuel Blending and Bulk Solid Transfer
4,920 - 55 gallon drum equivalents, 36,000 gallons of Non-RCRA Tank Storage, 120,000 gallons of Stabilization/Neutralization per day
Various hazardous and non-hazardous industrial waste, including but not limited to, RCRA, listed and TSCA waste, contaminated soil, liquids, sludge, solids, and debris. Contaminated Soil Asbestos Oily Waste Hazardous Liquid (bulk/non-bulk) Drums, Industrial Waste, Solvents, Waste Water (bulk/non-bulk), Aerosols, Pharmaceuticals, Flammable Solids, Lab Packs, Drill Cuttings, Non-Hazardous Materials, PCBs, Universal Waste - Recycling
Approximately 2.3 miles off I-24, Easy access off of I-24 and I-69
Note: When entering Shar-Cal Road directly off of US Highway 62 there is a low overpass which does not allow for truck passage.