Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc.

28 Years of Serving the USA

Any Waste. Any Project.
Anywhere.

Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. offers
environmental and industrial services such as
remediation projects, labpacks, drum and tote disposal,
tank/pit cleanings, plant cleanups, and much more.

Call 866-907-6681

How can we help you today?

We can do anything. Just ask.

Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. offers effective environmental services and hazardous waste disposal solutions. We specialize in oddball drums, materials, and projects. We can handle your project from cradle to grave and dispose of any waste, anywhere. No job is too big or too small. We also provide a wide array of industrial services, remediation, spill response, lab packs, and hazardous waste transportation. Give us a call where you will be greeted by one of our live operators who are eager to help.

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A Little About Us

Our National Headquarters is strategically located on the I-95 corridor between the ports of Charleston and Savannah. We are surrounded by 3 major cement kilns and 3 major landfills. We are also proud to own and operate the first permitted processing facility in this state which is also CERCLA approved.

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  • Airlines
  • Aggregate
  • Chemical & Specialty Chemical
  • Construction
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Industrial
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power Generation
  • Refinery
  • Retail
  • Railway
  • Utilities
  • Transportation

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide services for households?

Generally speaking, Clean Management only provides services to commercial and industrial clients. On occasion, we come across a household that has a significant quantity of regulated material, or a situation where hazardous material has spilled on the site. If you have hazardous materials in your home and are looking for a place to dispose...

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How do OSHA Workplace Rules Affect My Hazardous Waste Plan?

OSHA is concerned with the protection of workers within the workplace, and companies whose workers are nearby hazardous waste need to ensure that they are taking the necessary steps to comply with OSHA’s industrial hygiene rules...

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Do State Environmental Regulations Mirror Federal Regulations?

Every state must comply with federal environmental regulations, but they are free to create their own regulations that are more strict than their federal counterparts. For example, the EPA publishes a list of hazardous waste on their website, but states may consider some substances hazardous even if they are not specifically mentioned on the...

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