Keeping Your Trucking Company and Warehouse In Waste Management Regulation Compliance
Trucking companies, and their warehouses operate under a unique set of federal and state regulations. Remaining in compliance with these regulations is not negotiable. Failure to do so can result in illness and injury to your staff, expensive fines, and loss of licensing. Your business’s lifespan relies on your ability to remain up to date on, and in compliance with, the latest in federal regulations.
City Disposal has completed over 1,000 projects and has gone nearly 28 years without a lien, insurance claim, or fine leveraged against them. Our team of experienced, knowledgeable, and respected waste professionals urges trucking companies to seek out our professional help.
Often, previous tenants of a warehouse are the problem. When their business closes its doors, they leave behind a warehouse full of hazardous chemical waste materials. Upon inheriting a warehouse, or vacating a current warehouse, many trucking company owners find themselves without the time or resources to properly dispose of these materials. As a result, they leave the dangerous chemicals laying around without realizing the incredible danger these materials pose to workers. This puts your entire staff at risk!
In addition to being licensed and insured in waste management logistics, all City Disposal team members are OSHA certified. Our team is well versed in EPA regulations, in additional to state specific laws. City Disposal offers trucking companies the following services:
- Cleaning of warehouses and fleet terminals
- Maintenance of oil filters, engine fluids, and cleaning residue from drums
- Fuel tank cleaning
- Affordable and quick disposal of all hazardous waste
- Assessment of warehouse compliance with Environmental Protection Agency regulations
- Maintenance plan for trucking companies
- Consultation services
Call City Disposal today to ensure your trucking company’s warehouses are in full compliance with waste management regulations. You have enough to worry about. Let us handle your hazardous material concerns.