TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL
We work with large and small institutions, businesses, and governmental entities to assist in their environmental needs. Specifically, we ensure that waste streams are categorized, packed, transported, and disposed of in a safe, legal, and economical manner. Action is here to assist with the transportation and disposal of:
- Hazardous Waste
- Non-Hazardous Waste
- Universal Waste
- Pharmaceutical Waste
- PCB Waste
- Ethylene/Propylene Glycol Removal and Disposal
- Contaminated Soil
Drum, Tote, and Cubic Yard Box Disposal - Action can manage drum, tote, and cubic yard box removal projects of any size, from one drum to trailer loads. Oil, oily water, and solid non-hazardous waste streams are managed at Action’s facility. Landfill or incineration are both offered as disposal methods for solids. All wastes require a waste profile form, which can be printed from this site. Drummed solids require analysis as well as a profile form for approval.
Vacuum Trucks - Action’s fleet of vacuum tankers are available to provide prompt, safe and economical transportation of liquids. These vacuum tankers have capacities of 500, 2000, 3000, and 4000 gallons and can perform quick, safe, and efficient removals from tanks, barges, pits or sumps.
Action has the capability to service clients in, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
HAZARDOUS WASTE HAULING
The state of New York regulates the transportation and disposal of hazardous waste through rules established and enforced by the DEC. Federal agencies, such as the US Department of Transportation and the US Environmental Protection Agency also have various regulations to protect the state’s environment and safeguard the health of citizens.
Contact us to better understand the requirements for transporting wastes your industrial manufacturing process generates. We can help you navigate the maze of regulations that govern the movement of hazardous waste and avoid penalties.
Improperly managed hazardous waste poses a serious threat to human health and the environment
Operating across Long Island and the New York metropolitan area, Action Hazmat Trucking specializes in transporting hazardous waste from its point of generation to an ultimate destination. Simply defined, a waste is hazardous if it has properties that make it dangerous or capable of having a harmful effect on human health or the environment.
Hazardous waste comes in many forms, including solids, liquids and sludge. We have the experience and resources to manage all types of hazardous waste. Scheduling is also easy! Just give us a call and we’ll schedule a pickup at your convenience.
We provide the help you need to determine if your waste is hazardous and oversee its proper disposal
NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE HAULING AND DISPOSAL
Non-hazardous wastes, such as construction debris, tires and paper mill sludge, do not pose substantial threats to human health but they cannot be added to a dumpster or sewage line either. Action Hazmat Companies specializes in hauling different categories of non-hazardous wastes from domestic and commercial sources to their final destination.
Contact us to learn more about the regulations adopted by the state of New York pertaining to the transportation and disposal of non-hazardous wastes. We are fully licensed non-hazardous waste transporters!
We specialize in hauling non-hazardous wastes, including tires, construction and demolition debris, special waste and septage
MORE ABOUT OUR SERVICES
Action Hazmat Companies provides safe and efficient transportation for all types of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Whether your industrial manufacturing process generates wastes in a liquid, sludge or dry form, we have the vehicles and containers to properly haul and dispose of the materials.
Non-hazardous wastes are divided into 3 categories, including:
- Category A: Special wastes, including scrap tires and construction debris
- Category B: Solid wastes other than Category A wastes
- Category C: Septage
Liquids and sludge materials are hauled in specially built tankers, which meet DOT specifications. Dry materials are hauled in dump trucks, trailers and roll-off containers.
Customer satisfaction is our priority