Millions of Gallons of Waste Processed Annually
When liquid or semi-solid non-hazardous waste is produced, it is important to find the best method of disposal with the lowest environmental impact. Waste stabilization is the ideal disposal method of liquid and semi-solid wastes because it converts the waste into a solid, lowering the environmental concerns of landfill disposal and providing the possibility for use in a waste-to-energy program.
Crystal Clean’s wastewater treatment facilities are leveraged to also function as sites for non-hazardous stabilization, solidifying waste while also generating clean water. Our growing network of facilities process millions of gallons of liquid and semi-solid waste annually as we work towards helping the business world run cleaner.
Non-Hazardous Solidification Process
Professional Crystal Clean representatives collect liquid and semi-solid waste from generators, which are then transported to a regional wastewater treatment facility
A coagulation agent is introduced into the waste, causing contaminates such as oils, metals, and low-level organics to gather and settle at the bottom of the wastewater tank.
The gathered contaminates are transformed into a solid state using a solidification or chemical binding agent. The solidified waste is then removed.
The solidified waste is tested to determine the proper method for disposal.
Once the solidified waste has been tested, it is sent to be properly disposed through a waste-to-energy process or secure landfill disposal.
Waste collected from the following services have the ability to be disposed using Crystal Clean’s non-hazardous solidification capabilities.