Project at a Glance
- Whitman was hired by a manufacturing facility to manage the proper identification, packaging, transportation and disposal of various hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
- Whitman provided additional services to ensure the company complied with ISRA regulations.
Manufacturing facility, clean-out, Carlstadt, hazardous waste, non-hazardous waste, unknown liquid identification, EPA, NJDOT, ISRA, compliance, due diligence
This manufacturing facility located in Carlstadt was in the process of ceasing operations and relocating to another site in New Jersey. The company had been leasing at this location for over four decades. As part of this process, they determined they were required to clean-out all obsolete and/or expired hazardous and non-hazardous material products prior to their move. This included 55 gallon drums of unknown liquids and a room full of miscellaneous items including, but not limited to, paints, aerosols, oils, coolants, adhesives and sealants.
Whitman was hired to assist in obtaining a generator EPA ID Number, identify all materials, segregate items into compatible hazardous and non-hazardous categories, pack and label into approved waste containers, and properly haul and dispose of all material in compliance with all NJDOT & EPA regulations.
In conjunction with this clean-out, Whitman was also retained to ensure the company complied with all requirements of the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) as part of their cessation of operations. Whitman’s Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) and staff worked diligently to ensure the site was properly investigated and remediated in accordance with all NJDEP regulations.