As waste management professionals we partner with every customer as their consultant to increase resource efficiency, provide a single source for all their needs and thereby reduce overall costs. Our approach to waste management starts before the creation of waste and ends at final disposition. We maintain contractual relationships with every waste processor and disposal site in the nation to ensure you have an identified outlet for your waste.  This also reduces our customers' overall costs, providing you multiple outlets for your waste.

The key element in our partnership with our customers is instilling a strong waste management program that is capable of addressing up-front cost-savings  by developing an effective waste management plan. This plan will evaluate the waste being produced; material types, amounts, potential radiological constituents as well as potential hazardous waste constituents. This allows our team to structure a plan that provides the best approach for waste minimization, packaging and transportation efficiencies, recycling opportunities and alternate waste disposition pathways.  

Our Waste Management Services include:

  • Waste Processing
  • Waste Characterization 
  • Manifesting, Documentation and Quality Assurance  
  • Marking, Labeling, Packaging and Container Inspection 
  • Waste Pick-up and Transportation 
  • Source Processing and Macro-Encapsulation 
  • Disposal  

We offer routine scheduled pick-ups throughout the United States ensuring you don’t exceed              regulatory limits. 
We can assist in the efficient and effective disposal of the following waste streams: 

  • Dry Active Waste (DAW) 
  • Metals/Equipment 
  • Soils and Asbestos 
  • Animal Carcasses and Biological Materials 
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Exit Signs 
  • Sealed and Check Sources 
  • Nuclear Gauges  
  • Thorium and Uranium Compounds  
  • Aqueous Solutions
  • Liquid Scintillation Vials and Media 
  • Organic Liquids and Mixed Wastes 
  • High Curie Content Materials 
  • Classification of Unknowns
  • Storage for Decay