If you are exporting your hazardous waste to Mexico with Temarry Recycling, you do not have to fill out the Biennial Report for waste being manifested to Temarry.
HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPORT PROCESS
Many waste generators that believe exporting their hazardous or non-hazardous waste is possible, still think the process is difficult and time consuming. Generators that believe you simply can't export hazardous waste out of the country, just don't know have all the facts.
Fear that exporting their hazardous waste will come back to bite them, tends to leave a lot of waste generators fearful of even approaching the subject. Others just want to place their heads in the sand, like our fella to the right, and refuse to even talk about the possibilities. Questions like, "Is it really legal to export my waste," or "I still have all the liability, right?" are questions that surface quite often.
Solvent Distillation and the Energy Recovery Process Explained
In most disposal facilities, waste is received and then treated according to its properties. Some wastes will end up in landfills and others burned off.
Temarry Recycling Family Goes Through Fire Brigade Training
If an emergency breaks out at your place of business, what do you do?
Temarry Recycling’s $100,000 Waste to Energy Renovation
How To Calculate My Carbon Footprint
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,
Is a TSDF Facility in Mexico Held to the same Standards as a U.S. TSDF Facility?
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.
ARE THERE HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATIONS IN MEXICO?
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.
Can Waste Transporters Capitalize on Excluded Materials Rule Change?
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,