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 power generations plants, distribution networks, service garages and all sectors of the utility industry.
Clean Harbors provides reliable, cost-effective transportation and waste disposal through a highly coordinated truck, rail and ship transportation network. From incineration, waste treatment, recycling and landfill disposal, to more specialized services such as fuel blending, lab chemical disposal, used oil and oil products recycling, and PCB dechlorination, we employ the most advanced technologies to recycle, treat or dispose of your waste materials.
Clean Harbors provides ash management services to coal fired power plants that include ash bag house cleaning, silo cleaning, ash transportation and landfill management, and pond and lagoon cleaning. Coal ash management services can be customized to meet the customer’s needs.
Clean Harbors provides the disposal of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) and Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (TENORM) present in electrical equipment or in materials concentrated in pipes, storage tanks or other filtration equipment used by municipal water departments. The contamination may also be present in mineral scale, sludge, or evaporation ponds or pits.
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, TSCA (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.