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Hazardous Waste Disposal and Manufacturers: What You Need to Know

Hazardous Waste Disposal and Manufacturers: What You Need to Know

Proper hazardous waste disposal is incredibly important to any manufacturer. Especially as the laws regarding correct hazardous waste treatment become even stricter and more stringently enforced, failure to comply with these legal requirements will carry increasingly severe consequences. If you’re at all uncertain about the correct way to go about disposing of your hazardous waste, reach out to a reputable hazardous waste disposal company to get yourself educated and informed—and hopefully avoid those penalties.  

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RCRA Regulations: What Your Waste Management Company Should Know

RCRA Regulations: What Your Waste Management Company Should Know

RCRA regulations are a complex area within hazardous waste management, so it’s vitally important you’re working with a waste management company that has a thorough understanding of the intricacies of those laws. If you’re at all confused by current RCRA law, use the following as a general guide to brush up on the basics of what you need to know.  

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Hazardous Medical Waste Disposal: A Step-by-Step Guide

Hazardous Medical Waste Disposal: A Step-by-Step Guide

If your clinic or medical facility produces any hazardous medical waste, you probably already realize there are specific rules and legal regulations that dictate how that waste needs to be handled. If you’re confused or unclear about even one of these steps, read the following list carefully. If you still feel you need guidance or want help with any given step, contact your local hazardous waste removal companies for more personalized information.  

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Hazardous Waste Disposal in Atlanta: Why Choose a Full-Service Company

Hazardous Waste Disposal in Atlanta: Why Choose a Full-Service Company

Proper hazardous waste disposal is an essential part of your Atlanta-based company’s waste management system. If you do produce this type of waste and haven’t yet selected from your local hazardous waste management companies, consider going with a full-service company. These can provide a number of benefits to you and your business.  

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Atlanta Hazardous Waste: Important Tips for Disposing of RCRA Metals

Atlanta Hazardous Waste: Important Tips for Disposing of RCRA Metals

When people think of hazardous waste, they often imagine large containers bubbling over with oozing, neon sludge, but hazardous waste actually comes in many different forms and categories. One such lesser-known category is RCRA metals. There are eight of them, and if you suspect your Atlanta business, manufacturing plant, or property has this kind of contamination, you will need to get in contact with a reputable local hazardous waste management company to correctly identify and then subsequently deal with that issue.

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What Is the RCRA Law, and How Does It Affect My Georgia Company?

What Is the RCRA Law, and How Does It Affect My Georgia Company?

Hazardous waste is one of the most highly regulated waste streams, and if you even think your Georgia-based company is generating any, it’s imperative you’re familiar with the RCRA law. Compliance is federally mandated, and being unaware or uninformed about RCRA regulations is never a viable legal excuse for not properly disposing of any hazardous waste you generate. To avoid fines, other penalties, and putting anyone (or anything) in contact with that waste in jeopardy, make sure you’re fully versed in RCRA and how it applies to your Georgia company.  

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Tips When Selecting a Full-Service Hazardous Waste Management Company

Tips When Selecting a Full-Service Hazardous Waste Management Company

When it comes to waste management companies, you want to ensure you’re working with the most experienced, reputable, and convenient company you possibly can. With that in mind, there are distinct benefits to choosing a full-service hazardous waste management company over a business that will only provide certain services in the waste management arena.  

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How Long Has Your Hazardous Waste Provider Worked with Dry Cleaners?

How Long Has Your Hazardous Waste Provider Worked with Dry Cleaners?

When it comes to waste disposal in dry cleaning, it’s a very unique and specialized industry. It’s not like working with regular manufacturing waste, which means you want to make sure the waste management company you work with has specific expertise in that line of work and that hazardous material. Because it is so different from industrial waste management, the following are some important questions to ask before settling on a dry cleaner hazardous waste disposal company to service the waste you generate during dry cleaning.  

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Do I Need to Pay Monthly Service Billing for My Medical Waste Pick Up?

Do I Need to Pay Monthly Service Billing for My Medical Waste Pick Up?

In the world of biomedical waste pick up, many people are becoming wary of monthly service charges. However, the problematic issue does not lie with a monthly service charge itself. It’s the combination of being locked into medical waste contracts and being charged exorbitant monthly fees. With that in mind, medical facilities and doctors’ offices don’t necessarily need to avoid monthly fees. They just need to ensure those monthly fees meet certain requirements.  

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Are Long-Term Medical Waste Management Contracts Necessary?

Are Long-Term Medical Waste Management Contracts Necessary?

  Doctors understand that their offices and facilities create biohazardous waste that must be disposed of properly and safely with a hazardous waste disposal company. However, not all doctors realize how many options they have in regards to partnering with businesses to dispose of that waste. Due at least in part to lack of information within the industry, many doctors’ offices needlessly become locked into long-term medical waste management contracts. While waste contracts are largely the norm, they are not the only option—and they are certainly not the best financial option.  

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