A Generation of Wastes.
Sometimes your waste is not excavated soil. Do you have silos of coal-combustion ash? Refractory wastes? Friable asbestos demolition waste? TSCA PCB remediation wastes or RCRA process wastes? Decommissioning a former industrial site or managing process waste streams from an on-going operation can classify you as Generator when it comes time to dispose of specialty wastes. Some of these fall into categories that you may not have thought existed and require safe handling and proper disposal to curb generator liability.
Solidifying your Liquid Waste Strategy.
Liquid wastes are ubiquitous, and often found in the form of contaminated groundwater from construction dewatering, petroleum stored in tanks, drums of chemical production wastes, or recovered oil from groundwater remediation projects. Most liquid wastes are regulated, and Factor can help develop a comprehensive plan for testing, transport, and disposal as part of an overall waste handling strategy.