Heritage-WTI receives DEA registration

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Environmentally friendly facility provides secure treatment services for U.S. DEA controlled substances

“Registration allows for the incineration of DEA-controlled substances without the need for a witness,” Waste Approval Manager Zambia Logero said.

Heritage-WTI, Inc. is pleased to announce that is has received registration status from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) for Schedule II through V controlled substances.

“Registration allows for the incineration of DEA-controlled substances without the need for a witness,” Waste Approval Manager Zambia Logero, who supervises this program, said.

Before registration, either the customer or a law enforcement officer would have to be present to witness the incineration of these controlled substances, she explained.

By investing in the training and equipment needed to meet the DEA’s requirements, the company saves both time and money for its customers and the local police department.

Wastes approved for incineration under this registration will be incinerated as they arrive at the facility. In the unlikely event the facility’s rotary kiln is not operating, the materials will be stored securely onsite in the GSA Approved Class 5 Cabinet that Heritage-WTI had installed and was subsequently approved by DEA inspectors.

DEA representatives visited the Heritage-WTI on three separate occasions during their audit.

“The agents rigorously examined our security and operating procedures before issuing their favorable decision,” Logero explained.

For information about this and all Heritage-WTI services, contact us at customerservice(at)heritage-wti(dot)com or visit http://www.heritage-wti.com.

Heritage-WTI, Inc. provides incineration services for hazardous and non-hazardous wastes generated by private industries and public organizations. The company’s expert staff accepts, stores and treats up to 60,000 tons of bulk liquids, bulk solids, containers and lab packs a year. The company also provides services for non-hazardous water, fuels, mercury reclamation, industrial maintenance and electronic waste.

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