We take hazardous waste and removal seriously. In some states, it is required to have a specific license in order to remove and dispose of hazardous materials. One question comes to mind, what is hazardous waste?
Pure Strive Service LLC conducts proper waste management in order to prevent public and environmental health issues. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), created the structure for America’s hazardous and non-hazardous waste management programs to prevent any catastrophic damage. Any materials regulated by RCRA are known as “solid wastes”.
Materials that meet the criteria of solid waste under RCRA can be classified as hazardous wastes. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed detailed regulations that define what materials qualify as solid wastes and hazardous wastes. Understanding the definition of solid waste can save and protect you from unknown substances. Thankfully, EPA created generators to follow if the waste is regulated or not. Click here for further information regarding hazardous and non hazardous waste.
EPA concluded some materials should not be regulated as solid or hazardous wastes for a number of reasons. Many exclusions are mandated in RCRA. EPA selected other exclusion materials to incentivize recycling on certain materials. Unfortunately, EPA did not have enough information on materials to justify whether or not it is hazardous or not. To understand what RCRA has concluded. You can click here for documents they have developed online.
All hazardous waste is solid waste. The term “solid” is not used in a physical sense as in scientific terms. The RCRA’s solid wastes include liquids, semi-solids, and gaseous materials.
Solid wastes are materials that are discarded by being :
Recycled in Certain Ways
We at Pure Strive Service LLC are capable and ready to respond to any hazardous waste.