Liquid Waste

What is Liquid Waste?

Liquid waste can be defined as such Liquids as wastewater, fats, oils or grease (FOG), used oil, liquids, solids, gases, or sludges and hazardous household liquids. These liquids that are hazardous or potentially harmful to human health or the environment. They can also be discarded commercial products classified as “Liquid Industrial Waste” such as cleaning fluids or pesticides, or the by-products of manufacturing processes.  There are general regulatory requirements relating to waste, additional regulations apply to generating, storing, transporting, treating and disposing of hazardous and liquid wastes. 

Ewaste Disposal is dedicated to the collection, transportation, treatment, recycling, reclamation and disposal of wastewaters.   Feel free to contact us with all your liquid waste needs.

 

Types of Liquid Waste

Types of Industrial Wastewater

  • Inorganic wastewater
  • Organic wastewater
  • Listed hazardous wastewater
  • RCRA wastewater with heavy metals
  • RCRA wastewater with organics
  • Non-hazardous wastewater
  • Oil and water mixtures
  • CERCLA hazardous wastewater
  • TSCA, RCRA/TSCA and non-TSCA PCB wastewater

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technologies

  • Chemical oxidation and reduction
  • Acid/Base neutralization
  • Chemical precipitation of metals
  • Flocculation
  • Filtration
  • Carbon adsorption
  • Supercritical fluid extraction
  • Biological treatment
  • Oil/Water separation
  • Stabilization through encapsulation

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