Providing Comprehensive Environmental Services for North America
With company-owned and operated waste-management facilities in the U.S. and Canada that cover a broad range of disposal technologies, Clean Harbors can safely and efficiently dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous liquids, solids and sludge waste streams associated with steel and primary metals production. Company owned disposal capabilities include incineration, landfill, wastewater treatment, fuel blending, recycling and more.
Key disposal capabilities include managing K061 electric arc furnace dust waste typically generated by plants in the integrated steel industry and by mini-mill producers, as well as K088 spent pot liner waste, typically generated in aluminum processing. We also manage K062 wastes including spent pickle liquor waste generated from steel finishing operations.
Clean Harbors Transformer Services provide safe, cost-effective, recycling and disposal of transformers and other oil filled electrical equipment. The recycling and disposal can be conducted onsite or at one of our permitted facilities. Our services include
For companies mining copper and other primary metals, Clean Harbors provides the disposal of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) and Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (TENORM).
Clean Harbors' Deer Trail, Colorado facility is a fully permitted Subtitle C landfill authorized to treat, store and dispose of a wide variety of hazardous and industrial wastes including RCRA, TCSA (megarule) and debris for encapsulation. Clean Harbors' Buttonwillow, California facility is also a fully permitted Subtitle C landfill authorized to treat, store, and dispose of a large number of RCRA hazardous wastes, California hazardous waste, and non-hazardous waste for stabilization treatment, solidification, and landfill.
The facilities are also able to accept NORM and TENORM wastes containing radionuclides (in the decay series of U-238, U-235 and Th-232) up to 2000 pCi/gram for Deer Trail and up to 1800 pCi/gram for Buttonwillow. read more »