EPS recognizes that waste generators want to work with only one disposal vendor to handle all of their non-PCB and PCB waste.
EPS recognizes that waste generators want to work with only one disposal vendor to handle all of their non-PCB and PCB waste. As a result, EPS developed a unique disposal method that complies with EPA 40CFR761.79 for processing electrical equipment containing high level PCBs. The advantage of the EPS method is that no toxic RCRA chemicals are used for the decontaminations process. This feature further reduces your liability risk. All non-porous material is decontaminated to non-detectable levels of PCBs. Afterwards, the non-porous material is incinerated in our furnace that complies with EPA 40CFR761.72 for incinerating PCB-Contaminated electrical equipment. In addition, the hydrocarbon solvent used for the decontamination that contains less than 50 ppm PCB is incinerated in the EPS Afterburner operating at 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Because of our EPA approved PCB Commercial Storage Permit, EPS also offers landfill disposal for waste generated from PCB oil spills. Thus, EPS can handle all of your electrical and non-electrical disposal needs, regardless of the PCB level.
Environmental Protection Services, 4 Industrial Park Drive, Wheeling, WV 26003. Tel: 304-232-1590; Fax: 304-232-1599.