Waste disposal Services
Waste Disposal Services
Just to name a few disposal methods we use:
- Deep Well Injection: Deep well injection is the process of safely storing or disposing of liquids deep underground. It involves drilling beneath drinking water aquifers (1,500 to >3,000 feet deep) to trap the liquid waste under multiple impermeable layers of rock.
- Incineration: Incineration is the high-temperature burning (rapid oxidation) of a waste. It is also known as controlled–flame combustion or calcination and is a technology that destroys organic constituents in waste materials. New techniques are developed for this burning process, used as energy-generating methods.
- Landfilling: Hazardous Waste Landfill means a solid waste facility or part of a facility where hazardous waste is placed in or on land and which is not a land treatment facility, a surface impoundment, an injection well, or a waste pile.
- Neutralisation: The aim of neutralisation is to modify an acid or base water flow to a neutral pH (approximately 7 rendering it harmless). The most important objectives are to make the wastewater treatable using biological purification and/or make it comply with discharge criteria.
- Solidification: Solidification involves mixing a waste with a binding agent, which is a substance that makes loose materials stick together. Common binding agents include cement, asphalt, fly ash, and clay. Water must be added to most mixtures for binding to occur; then the mixture is allowed to dry and harden to form a solid block.
- Fuel Blending: Waste-To-Energy (WTE), Energy-From-Waste, Fuel Blending & Energy Recovery are terms sometimes used interchangeably to describe a variety of sustainable waste treatments. Fuel blending is a process that recovers the thermal energy from waste to offset the use of natural resources, primarily in cement production.
- Recycling: Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products. Commonly recycled products in the waste industry mainly include metals that would otherwise end up being landfilled.