Temarry Recycling, Inc. is honored to announce that it has been selected to present at the 19th Annual California CUPA Forum Training Conference in February in San Diego, California.
Temarry’s Director of Business Development, Larry Burton will give a presentation entitled “Using Integrated Technology in Mexico for Maximum Environmental Sustainability.”
Sending hazardous waste to Temarry Recycling in Tecate, Mexico has become increasingly common for hazardous waste generators in California. Large entities such as the U.S. Federal Government, State of California, automotive manufactures, aerospace companies and biotech firms utilize the Temarry Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facility (TSDF).
CUPAs throughout the state have been asked about the legality of exporting hazardous waste to Mexico. Generators would like to better utilize the local CUPA for first-hand information and understanding.
Temarry Recycling has been exporting hazardous waste from U.S. to their facility in Tecate, B.C. for over 18 years. Last year there were over 5,000 manifests received by Temarry from the U.S.
Why the increased interest in Temarry?
With the climate change debate front and center in local, national and international politics and new environmental legislation in California, waste generators have an elevated interest in reducing their carbon footprint and using the most sustainable methods of recycling.
In their research, many generators are coming to realize that H061 fuel blending is not the best option. Recycling a waste and putting it back into industry to be used for its original purpose is a much higher level of sustainability.
Temarry is the only facility serving the Western U.S. that utilizes multiple technologies in a closed loop process to achieve the highest level of sustainability.
- Waste to Energy (WTE) – high BTU solid waste is converted to steam
- Solvent Distillation – utilizes the steam from WTE to power the recovery stills. Recovered solvents are sold back into industry to be used for their original purpose.
- Water Treatment – Water based wastes from industry including acids, bases, coolants, oily water, latex paint and other industrial processes are treated onsite as part of the closed loop process. Treated water is used in cooling tower, venturi scrubber and WTE cool down
What will attendees learn?
Core Knowledge Hazardous Waste Generator and Onsite Hazardous Waste Treatment Intermediate I-3 in the following areas:
- Instruction and discussion on technologies of solvent distillation, waste to energy, water treatment and fuel blending.
- Instruction and discussion on how modern recycling technologies can be used together to achieve the highest level of sustainability.
- The legality of shipping hazardous waste to Mexico.
- Cradle to Grave liability.
- What is different for a generator that sends waste to Mexico.
About Larry Burton
Larry Burton has over 25 years of experience in the Hazardous Waste Industry including incineration, distillation, energy recovery and service distribution in the Unites States and Mexico.
As the Director of Business Development for Temarry Recycling, Inc., Larry helps hazardous waste generators and hazardous waste transporters operating in the Western United States understand the tremendous benefits of legally transporting their hazardous waste streams to Mexico and how to achieve carbon footprint reduction and achieve real sustainability via Temarry’s True Recycling process.
California CUPA Annual Unified Program Conference
The California Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) Forum Board in association with the California Environmental Protection Agency, it’s boards, offices and departments; the Office of the State Fire Marshall and the Office of Emergency Services will hold its 19th Annual Unified Program Conference on February 6 – 9, 2017 at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina.
Mr. Burton’s presentation will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 from 8:00 am to 9:45 am.
If you are interested in learning more about Larry’s presentation, sign up quickly since space will be limited.