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Sales & Service Director . Drug and Laboratory Disposal

Current Roles

In 1977, even before the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) became effective, Drug & Laboratory Disposal, Inc. (DLD) began providing small volume hazardous waste disposal services. As a licensed treatment, storage, and disposal facility (TSDF), DLD is capable of receiving large volumes of hazardous waste including bulk tanker trucks, but in general we specialize in lab pack and small bulk containers ranging in size from 2 to 55 gallons. These hazardous wastes include almost all chemical, medical, scintillation, and household hazardous wastes. In addition to hazardous waste disposal services, DLD can also provide assistance with regulatory compliance. Drug & Laboratory Disposal's thoroughly trained personnel, many of whom are degreed chemists, have the skills and expertise to properly manifest, transport, process, and dispose of your hazardous waste. Our clients rely on our waste management expertise and can be confident that their waste stream is being handled and disposed of legally and in an environmentally correct manner. In fact, the majority of wastes processed by DLD is disposed of by high temperature thermal destruction at RCRA licensed facilities.
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Plainwell, MI
United States
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