Waste Management


HAZMAT provides a wide range of recycling, treatment and disposal options for all hazardous and regulated waste streams. We handle hazardous and non-hazardous waste liquids, solids, and sludge. Our customer service department includes Geologists, Chemists and Industrial Hygenists that can provide regulatory guidance and help you choose the best practices for the management of your waste. We also provide lab pack service to consolidate miscellaneous hazardous waste streams for the most cost-effective disposal option. We use a network of EPA approved and permitted Treatment Storage and Disposal Facilities so you have peace of mind knowing your waste was properly recycled or disposed of in accordance with all applicable regulations.

HAZMAT operates multiple facilities throughout the USA including a RCRA TSDF in Kansas City, Transfer facilities in Texas and California and multiple Wastewater Treatment across the nation. A listing of the waste codes accepted at our Kansas City TSDF is provided here. If you do not see the waste code you are looking for, please contact us at 855.242.9628. For a list of all EPA Waste Codes, please click here.

HAZMAT provides you with everything required to keep your hazardous waste disposal program in compliance. Our staff will accurately profile your hazardous waste, apply all DOT/EPA labels to the container, help you complete the shipping paperwork and load the waste on our truck.

Hazmat provides a variety of recycling and disposal options for virtually all types of regulated and hazardous waste, used oil, e-waste and universal wastes. Whether you ship hazardous waste in drums, roll-off boxes, transport tankers or vacuum boxes we can provide cost effective transportation and disposal options. Our menu of disposal technologies includes fuel blending, waste water treatment, hazardous landfill, macro-encapsulation, micro-encapsulation, incineration and recycling for resource recovery.  Our free quote is a quick phone call away.

Industrial reuse and remediation including the following:

  • Residential Curb Side Recycling
  • Site Remediation
  • Non-Hazardous Waste Recycling
  • Community Collection Events
  • Battery Recycling
  • Petroleum Contaminated Soil Recycling
  • Hazardous Waste Recycling
  • Tire Recycling
  • Oily Water
  • Municipal Recycling Programs
  • Waste Oil Recycling
  • Oil Filter Recycling