Are You Aware Of Your Non-Hazardous
Waste Disposal Options?

There are 4 things you need to consider when looking to dispose of your Non-Hazardous Waste

4 Things You Need To Consider
If You Are Trying To Save Money


Is your waste classified as hazardous or non-hazardous? Do you know how to tell?

Excluded Material

Can your waste take advantage of the excluded materials rule? Are you completing your MSDS correctly? 

RCRA or Not

Are your metals on the RCRA 8 list?


Are you confident your waste is being disposed of legally?
Don’t forget about your cradle to grave responsibility.


Determining if your waste can be classified as non-hazardous waste is extremely important. In addition to substantial cost savings, it will alleviate any issues with the DTSC.

5 Examples of Non-Hazardous Waste

If you are unsure if any of your waste streams meet the non-hazardous waste requirements, please contact us.


Many states consider e-waste to be hazardous. However, many of the individual parts are non-hazardous.

Secondary Materials

Secondary materials are not primary products that a company produces, and are instead scraps or residuals that are the result of a production process.

Excluded Recyclable Materials

An important step in being able to realize the benefits of recycling hazardous waste streams involves obtaining a new classification for your waste materials.

Medical Waste

Only 15% of medical waste is considered hazardous material that may be toxic, infectious or even radioactive. Sampling and testing can identify what is hazardous saving you time and money.

Industrial Materials

Certain types of industrial material may be non-hazardous in one state but be considered hazardous in another

The Top Ten
Hazardous Waste Violations
& How To Avoid Them

Walmart fined $82 Million Over Mishandling of Hazardous Wastes

Don't Let This Be You!

Knowing how to identify the potential problems associated with hazardous waste can prove to be a costly mistake if not done correctly. Our latest ebook will walk you through the Top 10 Hazardous Waste Violations and give you solutions to help you avoid them.

A few of the things you will learn are:

  • What are regulators looking for
  • The most common reasons companies get fined
  • What you can do about it NOW!

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