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Transporting hazardous waste is an essential process in maintaining a clean enivironment. Companies that are invlolved in removing and transporting hazardous waste understand that maintaining measurable profits,
So, what’s it like operating a hazardous waste TSDF facility along the Mexico/U.S. border. The simple answer is, very much like the United States. Recicladora Temarry, located in Tecate, B.C. has been in operation since 1997.
There is a common misperception that when it comes to industrial standards and environmental regulations Mexico represents the Wild West (or south in geographic terms). Hazardous waste generators in the United States have always shown concern about transporting their waste over the border.
Who ever thought the EPA would modify a regulation to be less stringent? Most generators, transporters, and waste handlers have heard by now that, beginning January 31, 2014,
The notion that you could legally transport any form of waste let alone hazardous waste into Mexico, for most generators or transportation companies, was a myth for many years.
Temarry Recycling first received approval from the DLA (Defense Logistics Agency) in 2012 to recycle regulated hazardous waste streams from all Federal Government facilities. As part of the DLA’s ongoing efforts to ensure that all disposal facilities they do business with meet with their strict regulations, each facility is audited to ensure proper compliance.
A hazardous waste manifest is a document that must travel with hazardous waste when it gets moved off-site.
The Acknowledgment of Consents commonly referred to as the AOC, is our regulatory event of the year. The AOC is the permission granted by the U.S. EPA to Temarry Recycling, Inc., to export RCRA regulated hazardous waste to our facility in Tecate, B.C. Mexico.