“As we become more dependent of environmental issues such as hazardous waste and bio waste, in order to make life more convenient it is wise to utilize a firm who shares your same ideals regarding safety and compliance”
eWaste Disposal, Inc
Providing the California , Arizona and Nevada with all of the necessary services to ensure cost
effective and environmentally compliant Hazardous Waste Sampling , Transportation and
Disposal. We are in the business of testing hazardous waste transporting hazardous waste and properly and responsibly disposing of all all types and classes of waste hazardous.
eWaste Disposal is short for Environmental Waste Disposal, as a certified disabled Veteran owned firm we want to team up with prime contractors for the Federal and state bids that require hazardous waste transportation and disposal as well as profiling and sampling:
eWaste Disposal, Inc is the Solution for customers who need immediate and regular attention transporting and disposing of all types of hazardous waste.
We strives to reuse and recycle through a vast network of experts and facilities. When disposal or incineration are necessary, advanced waste profiling, lab-packing and manifest preparation assure state and federal regulations are met. Working with a large number of TSDF’s (Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities), recyclers, and field chemists, eWaste Disposal, Inc is your total source for waste management.
Environmental Waste Disposal will arrange a full service environmental chemistry laboratory with modern facilities and equipment for testing.
Our vendors thru out the state provides a wide range of environmental analytical testing services for soil and water to both the public and private sectors.
● Drinking Water
● Hexavalent Chromium (Chromium6)
Lab dept with analytical departments provide a wide range of soil and water environmental chemistry testing services for projects of any size.
All fluorescent lamps and tubes are considered hazardous waste because they contain mercury and must be recycled, or taken to a household hazardous waste disposal facility, See More…
Federal, State and Local Regulatory Departments have begun heavily enforcing the standards necessary for Shooting Range Owners to follow in regards to compliance with lead regulations.
Assisting Educational Facilities in Maintaining a Clean & Compliant Environment for Their Students EWD & HCI is committed to assisting school districts cost effectively manage their environmental concerns. See More…
A comprehensive Environmental Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is conducted to assess potential risks and liability associated with environmental contamination of a real property and to satisfy the due diligence requirements of lending instructions. A Phase I ESA is compiled through research of historical resources, regulatory agency file reviews, interviews, and a site reconnaissance. Phase I ESAs are generally conducted prior to all industrial, commercial, and multifamily real estate transactions; the team at eWaste Disposal has conducted thousands of Phase I ESAs for every type of property and transaction. Our Phase I ESAs meet and exceed current industry standards.
Phase II ESAs are conducted when potential environmental concerns have been identified on a property, often during a Phase I ESA. There are several methods used to assess if environmental concerns are actual contamination, but generally involve the sampling and analysis of suspect soil and groundwater. If contamination is discovered, the horizontal and vertical extent of the contaminate plume is the delineated, often times under regulatory oversight. eWaste Disposal strives to balance the needs of our clients and the desired of the regulatory agencies to obtain reasonable and cost effective alternatives to meet everyone’s needs.
in most cases, environmental problems whether in the air, soil, water, or groundwater can be remedied. eWaste Disposal focuses our efforts on solving our client’s environmental problems by finding a balance between cost, time and effectiveness of the solution for the contaminated property. eWaste Disposal has the capacity and experience to design and implement many types of remediation systems. eWaste Disposal’s goal is to obtain regulatory closure for hundreds of properties including gasoline stations, dry cleaners, metal plating shops, and abandoned industrial sites.
eWaste Disposal helps advise out clients on compliance issues with existing environmental regulations. Our staff has current knowledge of existing regulations as well as and those being considered by legislators and regulators. eWaste Disposal is knowledgeable in the legal requirements of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). In addition, we advise our clients concerning the treatment, storage, transportation, and disposal of hazardous waste, hazardous materials management plans, emergency response plans, emission and spill reporting standards, health and safety issues, and employee training requirements.
eWaste Disposal has registered professionals to conduct technical reviews of any kind of environmental or geotechnical report. We will offer our professional opinion and make any necessary recommendations to clear up confusing information or inadequate scope of work by others. eWaste Disposal can also provide experienced professionals to observe the actions of other environmental professionals in the field and review their reports to ascertain if the work was conducted according to the industry standards.
eWaste Disposal conducts asbestos lead and mold investigations in Phase I ESAs or conducts them as stand-alone projects. Asbestos lead and mold surveys are conducted by registered professionals on large and small properties. Management and removal options are provided as part pf each project. eWaste Disposal will manage the removal from permitting through disposal, or will write a management plan that can be implemented by trained onsite personnel.
eWaste Disposal also has qualified and experienced personnel for designing and operating landfills, materials recovery facilities, composting facilities, transfer stations, and waste to energy plants. The staff at eWaste Disposal can also design strategies for a profitable and environmentally conscious municipal waste collection program.
eWaste Disposal, Inc provides comprehensive waste management services, specializing in transporting, disposing and recycling of hazardous waste. Lab packing and site clean up, waste oil, antifreeze and oil filter disposal, regulatory agencies reports, storage and waste management supplies, drums, totes, roll-off and absorbents. Bio waste, poisonous and infectious transport is also available.
Our EPA number is CAR000213637 and our hazardous waste hauler number is 5948. We are DOT approved, our California Motor carrier permit is CA0423830. We have our 40 hour Hazwoper training.
We are dedicated to environmental issues to help industries and prime contractors recycle their hazardous wastes, preserve the environment and avoid the inherent long-term liability of landfill disposal. Services also include flammable disposal, paint disposal, soil disposal, RCRA, non RCRA waste streams.
Disposal, Inc strives to reuse and recycle through a vast network of experts and facilities. When disposal or incineration are necessary, advanced waste profiling, lab-packing and manifest preparation assure state and federal regulations are met. Working with a large number of TSDF’s (Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities), recyclers, and field chemists, eWaste Disposal, Inc is your total source for waste management.
eWaste Disposal, Inc can handling all aspects of each disposal job request. When it comes to choosing a partner who can meet a wide range of recycling, industrial waste management oil transport and remediation needs, we are that company.