In today’s world, companies are increasingly concerned with the impact they have on our planet. “Sustainability” isn’t just a buzzword – it’s a business imperative.
At Covanta Environmental Solutions we will help you become a leader in environmental responsibility because we believe the materials discarded every day should be utilized to their fullest potential. Whether you’ve set a goal zero waste-to-landfill or sustainable materials management, we will work with you to extract the most value from your waste resources. As a result, you can help improve the environment and your bottom line as your business moves towards a circular economy.
We will perform waste assessments to help you:
- Improve your environmental footprint
- Reduce costs
- Uncover new revenue streams
- Mitigate risk
We do all this while protecting brand reputations – and we’ll do the same for you.
Solutions We Offer
- Site investigation and remediation services
- Environmental compliance support
- Zero-waste-to-landfill and waste minimization consulting
- Environmental permit reviews
- Facility evaluation and annual routine reporting for EPA and state mandated environmental EPCRA, Right to Know, RCRA, CWA and CERCLA reporting requirements
We operate a diverse network of facilities that can process materials, treat wastewater, recycle electronic waste, depackage goods and recover energy. Through our extensive partnerships, we can even support you with composting, anaerobic digestion, industrial reuse and other logistical support.
Our logistics experts can manage the retrieval of products from stores, warehouses, or any other location. We also maintain a fleet of trucks, allowing us to take care of transportation needs so you don’t have to. All materials are transported to our secure locations for final disposition.
When it comes to secure product destruction, no one compares to Covanta Environmental Solutions. We destroy millions of pounds of products each year at our global network of modern-day Waste-to-Energy facilities. We also offer recycling options for components of the products and/or packaging.
At the end of the process, you receive a Certificate of Destruction, as well as peace of mind knowing your company is protected from liability and damage to your brand reputation while protecting the environment.