If you have a business in New Hampshire with waste management needs, Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. has waste disposal experts who are prepared to handle any form of hazardous or non hazardous waste. Our team of waste management professionals prioritizes efficient, safe, and local service. Because we have experts throughout the state, we can provide waste disposal services anywhere in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH DES) is the state governmental body charged with monitoring the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste. Within the NH DES, the Hazardous Waste Management Bureau implements New Hampshire’s hazardous waste management program and ensures compliance.
New Hampshire has been authorized by the EPA to implement and enforce all RCRA requirements. While it complies with the laws at the federal level, New Hampshire can also create its own waste management regulations, provided that they are at least as strict as the federal ones. For example, New Hampshire’s definition of hazardous waste is more exhaustive than that of the federal government, which means that more wastes are considered “hazardous” in New Hampshire than in the text of the RCRA.
Due to the industries emphasized in New Hampshire’s economy, the state has several unique waste management needs. A couple of these include:
Electronic waste disposal:
High-tech is an ever-expanding industry in New Hampshire. As technology products become obsolete and are retired, many of them must be recycled rather than thrown away.
Pharmaceutical waste and labpack services:
Healthcare is a large industry in New Hampshire. The state is home to several top-tier medical research centers and health care systems, such as Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Certain pharmaceutical waste and lab substances require specialized disposal.