Hazardous Waste Management Services in Texas
Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc’s professionals prioritize safe, efficient, and local services. To that end, our waste disposal experts are prepared to address all your hazardous waste management needs in Texas.
How we beat the competition.
Being in business for nearly 30 years has allowed us to develop efficient transportation routes and disposal methods. This, in turn, allows us to offer you the most competitive prices in the industry. Our environmental experts have a combined 150+ years of environmental experience. Hazardous waste disposal can be extremely expensive, but with Clean Management’s experience and knowledge in the industry, we can get it done at a competitive price.
No contracts, no obligation.
We don’t lock you down into stringent, long-term contracts. If you’re not happy with our service, we want you to have the freedom to explore other options; we’ll still be here if you change your mind.
Nine years after the RCRA was established, the state of Florida received authorization from the EPA to implement and govern its own hazardous waste management program. Fifteen years after that, Florida gained final authorization to facilitate the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments that were added in 1984. Under these laws, Florida may implement its own hazardous waste management laws, provided that they are at least as strict as those on the federal level.
You’re not just a number.
You will have a designated environmental expert that will be your point of contact so you won’t have to worry about having to talk to someone different each time you call. Your expert will be proactive by calling to follow up with you to see if you are ready for another waste disposal pickup, or if there is anything else that you might need.
Real people, Personalized service
When you call Clean Management, you’ll notice that the phone is answered by a live operator every single time. Call us old school, but we don’t believe in automated phone systems; we believe in personalized service and creating long-term relationships.
The regulating body in Texas for certain waste management is the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. This entity regulates the permitting and disposal of industrial and hazardous waste. This Office of Waste is responsible for implementing federal and state laws pertaining to various hazardous wastes.
The state’s top industries and local laws create particular hazardous waste management and industrial service needs in Texas:
As a state that deals with oil and gas processing, naturally occurring radioactive materials will make more regular appearances. Clean Management will deactivate these materials as much as possible and dispose of them.
Texas has a large number of hospitals producing pharmaceutical waste. We can handle this waste, as well as provide lab pack services