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Organic & Hazardous Waste

Disposal

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Your

Disposal

Problem

Compliant Hazardous & Organic Waste Disposal

Transparency Through The Supply Chain

finding accountable, trustworthy,

and permited partners

everything is on the line – choosing

the right partner is critical

simple guide

How to

define your

waste

there are a number of
ways to define hazardous
waste vs organic waste

here are two ways
to help

Hazardous waste

determination method 1

Does your waste exhibit one of the four characteristics?

Ignitability: Ignitable wastes can create fires under certain conditions, undergo spontaneous combustion, or have a flash point less than 60°C(140°F)
E.g. Spent ethanol

Corrosivity: Corrosive wastes are materials, including solids that are acids or bases, or that produce acidic or alkaline solutions

Reactivity: unstable under normal conditions. They can cause explosions or release toxic fumes, gases, or vapors when heated, compressed, or mixed with water

Toxicity: wastes are harmful or fatal when ingested or absorbed
E.g. Wastes containing mercury, like a broken light bulb

Hazardous waste

determination method 2

In regulatory terms, a hazardous
waste is a waste that appears on one of following RCRA1 hazardous wastes lists –

F-list (non-specific source wastes):
This list identifies wastes from many common manufacturing and industrial processes, such as solvents that have been used for cleaning or
degreasing.

K-list (source-specific wastes):
This list includes certain wastes from specific industries, such as petroleum refining or pesticide manufacturing. Also, certain sludges and
wastewaters from treatment and production processes in these specific industries are
examples of source-specific wastes.

P-list & U-list (discarded commercial chemical products): These lists include specific commercial chemical products that have not been used, but that will be (or have been) discarded.

E.g. Industrial chemicals, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals

M-list (discarded mercury-containing products): This list includes certain wastes known to contain mercury.

E.g. Fluorescent lamps, mercury switches

the workflow

Our Disposal

Process

we collect

weekly at

scheduled

date & time

swap the new

container

with the old

you sign off

upon arrival

we take care

of the rest

responsibilities

Be mindful

as a generator you are responsible for

characterizing your waste appropriately

as a generator you own your waste all

the way to the point of end disposal

work with a trusted, permitted partner, like cleancan

to ensure your regulatory compliance is not taken lightly

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING

OSHA

GENERAL INDUSTRY

30 HOUR TRAINING

This training is a requirement for your annual license.

 

DOT TRAINING IN COMPLIANCE WITH 49 CFR

Before shipping any hazardous materials, the Dept. of Transportation requires you to have specific training and a refresher course every 3 years.

REGULATORY FILINGS & REPORTING

Ensuring that all of your Environmental registrations and reports are filed correctly are vital to staying in compliance.

VALUE

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SERVICES

SOLVENT STORAGE & DELIVERY

DRUM MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

DEVELOPING STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

the coverage

areas we

service

the legal part

Permits &

Certifications

Organic Waste Disposal

Weightmaster

ID NO.: 100597

Hazardous Material

Transporter

EPA ID NO.: CAL000434292

CA CARRIER

ID: 533302

Wastewater

Disposal

ID NO.: 25-0505-02a

US DOT

3153650

ACTIVE motor

Carrier

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