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Hazardous Waste Disposal in Montgomery

Hazardous and radioactive waste disposal Montgomery and Prattville are offered by ADCO Environmental Services, LLC which is a full-service waste management company that has been offering disposal services for special types of waste since 1965. We are Montgomery’s waste disposal company that supplies its customers with cradle to grave waste management type services for all types of hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams commonly generated by many businesses and industrial facilities. We offer waste generators a wide range of disposal and treatment options for their hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams including radioactive waste!

ADCO Offers Montgomery Options for All Types of Hazardous & Radioactive Wastes

ADCO has disposed of all types of waste in the Montgomery/Prattville area with one exception; Class 1 explosive waste. Some waste management services offered by ADCO are the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams, waste profiling into processors, lab packs, Oil waste pump-outs, even radioactive/nuclear waste disposal. It doesn’t matter if you are a very small quantity generator (VSQG) or a large quantity generator (LQG), ADCO is here to assist with your waste disposal needs.

ADCO is able to supply its customers with all types and sizes of USDOT approved shipping containers and can even help them locate a supplier they may use on their own. Even if you have a leaking drum it’s no problem. We offer overpacking options if your shipping container the waste is contained in is not roadworthy and in need of being replaced.

ADCO Offers Assistance for Montgomery

ADCO is able to supply our clients with turnkey hazardous and radioactive waste management services for businesses and government agencies as well as educational facilities across the Montgomery area. We can offer you with advice on how to handle your waste streams to keep you in compliance with the regulatory agencies.

ADCO is often contacted by waste generators that are in very complex situations regarding how to dispose of their waste such as: having waste contained in drums considered to be odd size in nature, drums containing unknown contents, and projects where state and/or federal agencies have become involved. Our mission is to properly manage your project from beginning to end and only dispose of your waste at a fully licensed and insured waste processor.

ADCO is a One Stop Shop

With your authorization, ADCO’s staff can prepare your hazardous waste profiles and shipping manifests for you. Over the years we’ve prepared countless waste profiles for clients and are familiar with the waste profiling process waste processors demand which is ever changing. ADCO’s staff knows preparing the paperwork needed to ship out hazardous waste is very time consuming to prepare and often time very perplexing which is why we are here to prepare your waste profiles and shipping manifests for you. Even if you need assistance with obtaining a site USEPA ID number which is needed to ship out most hazardous wastes ADCO is able to assist you with obtaining a site ID number as well.

Huntsville’s One Stop Waste Shop

Hazardous waste profiles are prepared by our staff at ADCO which has many years of knowledge regarding working with waste processors and what it takes to get the profiles approved at a licensed waste processing facility. Once your waste profiles are approved, we will contact you to schedule a mutually agreeable time to have the waste removed from your facility for disposal.

We Specialize in the Following Services in Montgomery / Prattville:

  • Hazardous Waste Disposal

  • Lab packing / Laboratory Cleanouts

  • Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal

  • Radioactive Waste Disposal

  • Servicing Industrial Clients

  • Spill Clean-Ups

  • Waste Remediation Projects

  • Closing Information About Hazardous Waste Disposal in Montgomery / Prattville, AL

    1. Local Regulations: Hazardous waste disposal is regulated by both state and federal laws in the United States. In Alabama, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) is the agency responsible for regulating hazardous waste management. They enforce rules and regulations outlined in the Alabama Hazardous Waste Management Regulations (AHWMR), which align with the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).

    2. Hazardous Waste Collection Centers: Many cities and counties have established hazardous waste collection centers where residents and small businesses can dispose of hazardous materials safely. These centers often accept items like paint, chemicals, batteries, electronics, and other potentially harmful substances. You should check with Montgomery’s local government or ADEM for information on the nearest hazardous waste collection center to you.

    3. Household Hazardous Waste Events: Some communities organize periodic household hazardous waste collection events where residents can bring their hazardous waste for proper disposal. These events are typically advertised through local channels like newspapers, websites, and community announcements.

    4. Commercial Hazardous Waste Disposal: For businesses that generate larger quantities of hazardous waste, there are commercial hazardous waste disposal services available. These services specialize in handling, transporting, and disposing of various types of hazardous waste in compliance with regulations.

    5. Private Disposal Companies: There are private companies that offer hazardous waste disposal services. These companies often provide tailored solutions for businesses and industries that produce hazardous waste.

    6. Waste Minimization: It’s important to note that reducing the generation of hazardous waste is a critical aspect of responsible waste management. Businesses and individuals should aim to minimize the use of hazardous materials and adopt environmentally friendly practices whenever possible.