Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. offers effective environmental services and hazardous waste disposal solutions. We specialize in oddball drums and materials. We can 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.
We offer fast and cost-effective lab pack services. Our trained personnel will properly identify, classify, pack, transport and dispose of your material. We serve schools, colleges, research labs, hospitals and companies.
We offer all kinds of industrial services such as: spill cleanups; remediation services; industrial cleanups, maintenance and plant closures; phase I, II, & III audits; landfill leachate treatments and disposals, etc.
Clean Management - Experience You Can Count On
Founded in 1992, Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. is a family-owned business with strong financial resources. The company provides environmental services across the United States for commercial and industrial clients, both large and small.
Hazardous Waste is Serious Business - Let Us Help You Stay Out of Hot Water
The management of hazardous waste is complex and there are many rules, regulations, and laws that require your compliance. Let our experts help you handle this important challenge - allowing you to get back to running your business.
Laboratory Waste, Chemical Waste, and Lab Packs
Small quantities of a lot of different chemical waste streams are handled using "lab pack" methodology. Let our experts identify, characterize, pack, label, transport, treat, and dispose of your chemical or laboratory waste streams.
Founded in 1992, Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. is a stable, debt-free environmental waste management company. We own and operate the first permitted non-hazardous processing facility in the Southeast. In our 25 year history we have never changed our name or phone number, nor have we ever filed for bankruptcy. So you can be assured that we will be here for years to come to handle all of your environmental needs.
Clean Management was engaged to clean up a spill on a transfer site’s railroad tracks in eastern Tennessee. The spill was a major event that garnered national television, online, and print newspaper coverage. The spill cleanup was under the control of EPA Region 4 as well as state, county, and city regulators and authorities. At the time …
Clean Management was engaged to assist in the environmental clean-up after the closure of a major fiberglass manufacturing facility. Our team coordinated with the client as well as local environmental regulators to ensure that the tasks that were assigned to Clean Management were accomplished in accordance with their guidance. The following tasks were managed by …
Clean Management was engaged to assist in finding beneficial re-use of pool chemicals that we not able to be sold because of packaging that was damaged in a facility fire. As an alternative to disposing of these chemicals as hazardous waste, which would have been very costly and inconsistent with the company’s commitment to environmental …
A major shipment of ice cream that was en-route to Afganistan as food for American military units deployed there, was determined to have exceeded the maximum allowable temperature for safe shipment. Clean Management was engaged to pick-up, transport, and dispose of the expired product for the military.
Frequently Asked Questions
Individual states have the power to adopt hazardous waste management regulations that are more stringent than those of the federal government—and a number of them have done so. In fact, in matters of hazardous waste disposal, the face of the EPA is likely that of your state—not the federal government. Perhaps most significantly, individual states …
Proper hazardous waste management falls under the control of the EPA, but it’s also an integral part of industrial hygiene (occupational hygiene or workplace health), which is the central concern of OSHA. According to OSHA, industrial hygiene “is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause workers’ injury or illness.” …
The EPA has launched a national system for tracking hazardous waste shipments electronically. This will be in lieu of the paper manifest that has heretofore done the job. Per the EPA, the e-Manifest “will modernize the nation’s cradle-to-grave hazardous waste tracking process while saving valuable time, resources, and dollars for industry and states.” However— somewhat …