Clean Earth is excited to announce the expansion of our brand to include MKC Enterprises. Now under one brand as Clean Earth, our Doraville, GA location (previously known as MKC Enterprises) offers economical waste disposal solutions and ensures that wastes are appropriately managed in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. With the addition of this acquisition, Clean Earth expands our footprint for full-service waste management, waste management consulting, profiling, routing, manifesting, labeling, transporting, as well as ancillary services.
This Doraville, Georgia location received a Part B permit in 1984 and can accept all Department of Transportation hazard classes, except for radioactive and bio-hazardous wastes.
Our Clean Earth staff of highly trained chemists and technicians have over 85 years of combined experience in the hazardous waste management field. Over the years, we have developed close working relationships with some of the most technologically advanced, highest quality final disposal facilities available. This enables us to develop effective, environmentally responsible waste management solutions for each individual generator and waste stream.
Lab Packing is an ideal method for many of our educational facilities, laboratories and medical institutions who have small quantities of many different chemicals. A lab pack consists of an outer container filled with smaller containers of material within the same hazard class.
Clean Earth’s highly trained staff properly segregates and packages material into lab packs for immediate transport to our facility.
Clean Earth offers a wide range of disposal options to fit your specific hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal needs.
We make our recommendation based on the best available technology and can also provide other options, if requested.
To assist our customers with their state and federal compliance requirements Clean Earth can provide guidance on your waste program set-up, and also provide reviews of current practices to identify any areas of concern. Clean Earth also offers assistance in training employees who handle hazardous waste.
When a waste material container has insufficient information or is missing its label, Clean Earth tests the unknown laboratory chemicals with the assistance of field screening kits to provide proper classification, packaging and disposal.