If you have a hazardous or nonhazardous waste management need in Michigan, Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. has waste disposal experts ready to help. Our team of waste management professionals prioritizes efficient, compliant, and local service. Because we have a far-reaching network of service providers throughout Michigan, we are able to provide waste disposal and other waste management services anywhere in the state.
Waste management in the state of Michigan is governed by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. With the EPA’s approval, Michigan has been authorized to carry out the hazardous waste provisions of the RCRA, enforce those laws, and create its own laws regarding hazardous and nonhazardous waste management. These Michigan-specific laws comply with those at the federal level, but they may also be more stringent.
Due to the industries present in Michigan, the state has some waste management needs that are emphasized more than others:
Pharmaceutical waste disposal:
Michigan has one of the largest numbers of hospitals out of all of the United States. Clean Management can dispose of pharmaceutical and healthcare wastes.
Michigan has three active power plants: Fermi 2, Cook, and Palisades. Clean Management can handle radioactive waste left over from fueling nuclear power plants.