How do you get undressed every day? Do you remove the used articles of clothing, ball them up, and throw them in the garbage bin? Probably not. That wouldn’t make nearly as much economic sense as laundering and reusing them. Most would agree that throwing out good clothing after one use because it was dirty and purchasing new clothes each time you needed to get dressed is an absurd concept.
A recent scholarly article in The Harvard Business Review entitled The Comprehensive Business Case for Sustainability discusses the differences between traditional business models and sustainable business models.
For hazardous waste shipments to Mexico, there is a thorough inspection process that occurs to ensure that laws are being followed for hazardous waste shipments manifested for export.
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The very notion of transporting hazardous waste to Mexico conjures up images of hazardous waste drums buried in the Sonoran desert, polluted waterways teeming with toxic sludge, or payoffs to shady inspectors who look the other way.
Good for the planet.
Sustainable business practices.
Depending on your point of view these phrases are likely to evoke a strong opinion and can either be extremely positive and inspiring if sustainability matters to you or be like nails on a chalkboard if you are opposed to the environmental movement.
One of the best kept secrets in the hazardous disposal industry is the opportunity that generators have to legally transport their hazardous waste streams to Mexico.
When companies hear the words transport your hazardous waste to Mexico, the first thought for many is negative. Doing anything in Mexico these days can seem like a bad idea, but transporting hazardous waste across the border can appear to the uninformed to be a downright risky proposition.
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 Transporting Hazardous Waste To Mexico 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.