Clean Earth provides reliable, sustainable solutions for all of your specialty waste recycling and disposal needs from start to finish. It is our unique capability of providing a one-source, full-service solution to handle multiple waste streams from a single customer that separates us from the competition. Clean Earth’s recycling capabilities allows our customers to collectively recycle millions of tons of material each year that would otherwise go into landfills. Through our network of full service facilities, Clean Earth has the technology and know-how to recycle contaminated soil, construction debris, electronic and universal waste, aerosol cans, and consumer commodities.
Clean Earth operates eight full service soil recycling facilities along the east coast. Combining our various technologies and capabilities, with our strategic processing facility locations, Clean Earth is able to provide our customers with multiple recycling options for various types of contaminated soils.
Clean Earth locations accept construction debris, which includes brick, block, rock, concrete, and asphalt. These waste materials can be crushed and recycled, as appropriate, for daily cover, road base, and other similar applications.
Clean Earth provides the most comprehensive specialty waste disposal solution for all of your hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal needs. With numerous fully permitted RCRA TSDFs strategically located to provide service across the United States, Clean Earth’s hazardous waste disposal expertise and technical capabilities allow our team to process a wide variety of hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams across multiple industries. We work hand-in-hand with defense, construction, industrial, chemical, pharmaceutical, medical, and retail industries to provide hazardous waste disposal services, properly and responsibly disposing of the waste streams their operations generate.
Our team will handle every detail. Clean Earth will oversee all of your hazardous and non-hazardous waste management needs, including, but not limited to:
Clean Earth provides comprehensive hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal and recycling solutions, customized with your needs in mind.
Universal waste requirements established in 1995 by the US EPA provided regulations known as the Universal Waste Rule in order to promote the recycling and proper disposal of waste widely generated, which includes certain hazardous materials. According to the Universal Waste Rule, anyone who generates, accumulates or stores universal waste is classified as a handler of universal waste, even if you are a small businesses that has very small quantities. We provide the resources and capabilities to help your business meet the Universal Waste Rule Requirements.
Although not commonly recognized by the consumer, electronics may contain toxic metals such as lead, cadmium or mercury, along with other materials making the importance of proper disposal and recycling imperative to protect our environment.
In addition, proper disposal and recycling of universal waste provides the opportunity for qualified companies to reuse or refurbish an item, which ultimately preserves our natural resources as well.
The Consumer Commodities Recycling system is designed to process pressurized steel or aluminum cans, glass, and plastics containing consumer commodity products. This one of kind unit was specially designed to service the waste industry and allows Clean Earth to completely recycle and/or reuse all components of the waste products.
The process employed is completely automated as containers are crushed and separated from the contents. Empty containers are washed and condensed into dense briquettes while the residual gas and liquid contents are captured and separated for recycling, reuse, return or as a last option disposed. The gas/liquid/container separation process is performed in an oxygen-reduced environment to ensure explosion proof and safe conditions.
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