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Disposal and Reuse
Our experienced team will develop the most cost-effective treatment and disposal plan for your project.
What makes Clean Earth unique is our true turnkey solutions for cost-effective treatment and management of waste materials and connecting them with real-world markets for recycling and beneficial reuse. By marrying the need for disposal alternatives with a parallel need for suitable construction materials and the focused drive for a sustainable future, all under complex regulatory environments, Clean Earth has effectively created a new sustainable paradigm for the industries we serve.
Clean Earth provides treatment, disposal, recycling, and beneficial reuse options for an array of waste materials, which include:
- Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Soil
- Dredged Material
- Coal Combustion Products
- Drill & Pipeline Cuttings
- Aerosol Cans
- Consumer Commodities
- Construction Debris
- Hazardous Waste
- Non-Hazardous Waste
- Universal Waste
Using a combination of the known properties of the byproducts and wastes generated by our clients, in conjunction with market demand knowledge and research local to the sources of generation, Clean Earth identifies potential target markets for direct reuse of the materials themselves, or develops treatment processes to dispose of or transform and render the materials suitable for recycling uses.
In many cases for our soil and dredged material, Clean Earth partners with developers and land owners who have a large need for fill materials to assist in the permitting of their sites and in the installation of engineering and institutional controls necessary to create a project that will use large quantities of our products and materials over a multi-year period.
By creating the markets for our customers, Clean Earth helps to provide reliable and economical solutions to our clients' disposal needs - and we do this in a greener, more sustainable and environmentally conscious manner - by avoiding disposal altogether.
Through these processes and services, Clean Earth has become instrumental in the reclamation of brownfield sites and abandoned mine lands along with the closure of numerous landfills that have been redeveloped into golf courses, public parks and commerical sites.