We have planned for growth and will continue to bring new services and locations online that provide unique, high quality services to numerous markets.
Hatboro, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) June 01, 2016
Clean Earth, Inc. a leader in providing disposal and recycling solutions for contaminated soils, dredge material, drill cuttings, hazardous waste, and consumer commodities announced today that the company ranks # 25 on the Waste 100 List of 2016 according to the Waste 360™ publication.
Chris Dods, President & CEO of Clean Earth, Inc. states, “The future is exciting for us. Over the past 5 years we have recycled 18.5 million tons of soil alone, and our mission remains the same – to recycle and reuse waste material that would otherwise go into landfills. We have planned for growth and will continue to bring new services and locations online that provide unique, high quality services to numerous markets.”
In the fourth quarter of 2015 Clean Earth added two hazardous wastes facilities located in Calvert City, KY, and Morgantown, WV with the acquisition of American Environmental Services, and most recently in May of 2016, Clean Earth acquired Phoenix Soil, a soil treatment and recycling facility, located in Plainville, Connecticut. With the addition of these facilities Clean Earth has expanded hazardous waste services nationwide, provides a state of the art aerosol can recycling solution, and provides a soil recycling solution for customers in the New England market.
To learn more about Clean Earth visit us at [http://www.cleanearthinc.com or call 877.445.DIRT (3478).
About Clean Earth, Inc.
Clean Earth Inc. is one of the nation’s largest specialty waste companies providing recycling and remediation services to energy, infrastructure, commercial and industrial markets. Headquartered in Hatboro, Pa., it operates a network of 15 full-service facilities and 3 beneficial use sites servicing the United States, and handles nearly four million tons of material annually. Approximately 98% of the material processed at Clean Earth facilities is recycled.