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The latest new about DART and the disposal and recycling industry, including waste management, product recycling, and hazardous and non-hazardous waste treatment.

  • DART in Charlotte, NC Welcomes New Receptionist

    DART in Charlotte, NC Welcomes New Receptionist

    Introducing our new receptionist here at DART at the Charlotte, NC facility. Her name is Linda Funderburk and she will be a big help in the front office as our business continues to expand here in Charlotte. Her previous work history has been in the insurance field where she worked…


  • New Hazardous Waste Profile for Charlotte, North Carolina

    New Hazardous Waste Profile for Charlotte, North Carolina

    Announcing DART’s new and improved waste characterization profile for our Charlotte, NC facility. The form has been updated for a more enjoyable customer experience while still providing all of the needed information. You can find a copy of the new profile on our website in our download section located here.…


  • Dart Continues to Grow

    Dart Continues to Grow

    We are pleased to announce that Robert Sellers has moved to a new position within our company. He is now our Assistant Materials Manager. He now has a new range of duties including: assisting with the approvals process, reviewing incoming bulk and drum shipment paperwork, preparing any necessary paperwork needed…


  • Good Results for Landfill using Septic Waste in Michigan

    Good Results for Landfill using Septic Waste in Michigan

    A recent article I read, written by Megan Greenwalt, talks about a Michigan county landfill and their project to use septic waste to help eliminate waste at the landfill. The landfill is Smiths Creek Landfill located in St. Clair County, MI has been using a unique avenue when managing municipal…


  • Advisory board named by EPA for the new electronic manifest system

    Advisory board named by EPA for the new electronic manifest system

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently named the new advisory board members for the hazardous waste electronic manifest system. They selected experts from state agencies, regulated industries, and the information technology sector. The board will work with the EPA on the development and operation of this new system which…


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