Clean Earth’s Charlotte, North Carolina facility is a RCRA Part B Licensed TSDF providing a variety of services for managing, treating, and disposing of hazardous waste streams. Clean Earth’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 Charlotte facility features a full-service, on-site hazardous wastewater treatment plant specializing in the treatment and processing of wastewater contaminated with hazardous substances. This Clean Earth facility 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.
NCD 121 700 777
Transportation, Fuel Processing, Product Destruction, Waste Management, Project, Management, Wastewater Treatment, Hazardous Waste Disposal, Hazardous Lean Water Processing, Hazardous & Non-Hazardous Waste Treatment
Wastewater: Sewer Discharge as authorized by permit from Water and Sewerage Departments. Solids generated from Wastewater Treatment Processes are sent for further Sludge Treatment within the facility
Waste Oil: Used Oil, Wastewater that is transferred to on-site treatment tanks for additional processing, Solids generated during the processes receive further Sludge Treatment
Sludge: Dewatered Solids, Wastewater, and Oil
Stabilization of RCRA Hazardous Waste, Hazardous Waste Treatment, Wastewater Processing, Treatment of Waste Oil, Treatment and Disposal of Hazardous & Non-Hazardous Material, Recycling, Solid Waste Transportation and Disposal
Acids, Caustics, Industrial Waste, Landfill Leachates, RCRA Heavy Metals, Containers / Drums, Industrial Water Mixtures, CERCLA Hazardous Wastewater, RCRA and Non-TSCA Wastewater, Hazardous & Non-Hazardous Liquids, Lean Water / Solvent-Laden Solutions
Convenient access from I-77, I-85, and Brookshire