Technical Services - Waste Tracking

The starting point for effective waste management begins with a thorough and accurate characterization and identification process.

We are experienced at accurately verifying the waste you produce and ensure you remain compliant as you prepare to ship, treat and dispose of hazardous materials.

You are responsible, and legally liable, for accurately verifying the specific constituents of the hazardous waste your operations have produced and shipped for treatment and disposal.     

Our highly experienced waste management personnel practice safe, controlled waste sampling procedures and are conversant with the growing number of waste products generated by industry. We ensure the waste materials you entrust to us will move securely, efficiently and cost-effectively from point of origin through the transportation and final treatment, storage and disposal processes.   From start to finish, we set the industry standard for the transportation of waste materials. 

We have developed an industry-leading database that we use to manage waste and associated handling costs. Our Waste Information Network (WIN) enables us to track the following information: 

  • Waste volumes 
  • Waste streams
  • Suitable disposal locations 
  • Disposal expenses 
  • Waste inventory 
  • Customers waste liability   

To ease the stress of internal and external reporting requirements, our WIN database can also generate reports required by provincial legislation and for day-to-day operational use.   In addition to waste tracking and reporting, our onsite technicians are experts in waste identification, classification and manifesting. Our services include: 

  • Completion of waste manifest documentation, the critical shipping information that must accompany all shipments containing hazardous wastes once they travel offsite.  
  • Logistics support and tracking software that enables real-time tracking of waste shipments, to assist in planning and coordination between field and office.
  • Logistics optimization to reduce the total cost of transportation.
  • Clear and comprehensive reporting documentation.