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01/8/15

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Vincent Kaminsky

Contact Vincent Kaminsky Today! 

(801) 294-7111 or
vincent.kaminsky@veolia.com





Waste Flammable Liquids                                             Waste Hazardous Solids
Paint Thinner                                                                      Solvent Contamination
Solvents                                                                                Rags
Fuels                                                                                       Cardboard
Mineral Spirts                                                                     Debris
 

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE

Veolia maintains an excellent record of compliance with environmental regulations. This record is ready for inspection at any time. A culture of compliance is a way of life at Veolia, where we manage hazardous and nonhazardous waste with the utmost care. We follow procedures meticulously with our on-site teams, and continue to focus on the details throughout transportation, treatment and disposal. Our waste processing, storage and disposal locations are routinely audited and certified, and all disposal documentation is verified to assure compliance.
 
Haz Location
LTL DRUM EXPRESS
Meets All Waste Regulations
Veolia Environmental Solutions and Services has developed a program called DrumExpress, a transportation and disposal service for hazardous waste.  This less-than-truckload (LTL) program provides all documents to meet state and federal hazardous waste regulations, including Waste Information Profiles, hazardous waste manifests, and land ban documents.  DOT approved drums and required labels are available for purchase.

On Time Pickups
Regardless of the amount of waste your operation generates, Veolia can accommodate your needs.  Pickups can be prescheduled or provided on call.

Trained and Knowledgeable
Our personnel are specially trained to handle hazardous and nonhazardous waste safely and legally.  All employees keep current on regulatory and safety requirements by passing periodic training courses.  Safety is important for our transportation vehicles, too, which are maintained under strict quality standards.

Audited Facilities Nationwide
Our nationwide network of facilities, combined with our distribution capabilities, offer the most extensive resources in the industry.  Our treatment and disposal facilities are periodically audited to assure that all procedures are strictly followed.  We even provide indemnification to our customers to protect them against possible errors.

Cost Effective
Our LTL services are scheduled to optimize container movements within regional areas.  A nationwide network of transportation resources supports these services to assure efficient and cost effective pick ups.  Dedicated route specialists are always ready to answer technical or logistical questions.

Regulatory Requirements
We will advise you of legal stipulations when we begin service.  The U.S. EPA has storage and pick up requirements, based on the quantity of hazardous waste generated.  Both the U.S. EPA and the U.S. DOT can impose restrictions on hazardous waste transportation.  State rules may be different.
GETTING STARTED

Site evaluation

It's important that we understand your current waste management situation in order to develop a program that meets your specific needs. There are several steps in this initial process.


Discuss needs and objectives
In preparation for the site evaluation, we discuss your waste and your needs for related environmental services, as well as your objectives.

On-site evaluation
Together, we determine your baseline costs to quantify future savings. Then, we conduct a site evaluation by going through each
step of your operation to see where the waste is generated and how it is currently handled.

Profile review
After gathering copies of your waste profile sheets and your waste stream analysis, we review them thoroughly.

Employee interviews
We always interview each person responsible for any step in the hazardous waste stream process to gather every relevant detail.

Sampling
When necessary, we obtain samples of the waste. Our goal is to identify opportunities to reduce waste volumes and to reduce your costs. We overlay your needs with our capabilities to determine what services we can offer that will add value to your operation.
NEXT STEPS

Written proposal

Once we’ve gathered all the information you have available on your waste, we analyze the data and your existing procedures to determine any opportunities for improvements. We develop a detailed service plan to help ensure long term financial security for your company. We then provide a written proposal that details services and costs.

Contract approval
Once you’ve reviewed the proposal, we make any necessary changes and develop a contract. You may also need to provide credit information. Please arrange to tour and audit our treatment facilities. The new One Veolia increases available services, which sometimes extends the contract process.

Preparing for service
Potentially, there is a great deal of planning required before we begin services.

Establish a work group
Representatives must be designated from our organization and yours who are responsible for services.

Profile waste streams
Our on-site teams profile your waste streams and collect samples, as necessary. Then, we’ll obtain approval on each waste stream from the appropriate treatment, storage or disposal facility.

Scheduling
We’ll discuss scheduling needs with you to make sure we understand your operational requirements for pick-ups. Our transportation teams set up a waste removal schedule to maintain compliance with government hazardous waste regulations. Of course, we’re always on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if there’s an emergency or if you need a special pick-up.

Training
Once we’ve identified regulatory requirements and set up necessary systems, we are available to train your staff in a wide variety of environmental courses. Our hazardous waste