For liquid messes that need large equipment to clean up, we offer vacuum trucks on site. These are designed to suck liquids, sludges, and slurries from a location or from underground into the vacuum tank attached to the truck.
A truck that is entirely flat with no sides or roof is known as a flatbed. We use flatbeds to transport large and small dry materials.
Typically, tanker trucks are offered when a job entails carrying liquified loads, dry bulk, or gases safely on roads.
Clean Management uses rolloff boxes, which is basically a very large open-top dumpster, to move waste from point A to point B.
Walking Floor Trailers
We offer walking/moving floor trailers. These floors are hydraulically driven and mimic a conveyor belt that slides or pushes the material out the back of the van trailer.
We offer temperature-controlled environments via van trailers as well as tanker trucks for carrying liquified loads, dry bulk, or hazardous gasses.
For tight areas where a 48’ van trailer cannot access, we typically offer a box truck service. Box trucks are much shorter in length than van trailers.
We use specialized tractor trailers with hydraulic hoists known as end dumps for specific transportation jobs.
Our most common method of transportation is 48’ and 53’ van trailers. This is the most common when transporting drums and totes of waste to the appropriate disposal facility.
Hazardous Waste Transportation
Clean Management will remove hazardous waste from one site to another by highway, rail, water, or air. Contact Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. regarding your hazardous waste transport needs.