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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 Expands With New Hire

    DART Expands With New Hire

    DART is pleased to announce the hiring of Robert Sellers as a plant operator. Robert joined the DART Team starting in April and provides support at our Charlotte, North Carolina facility. He is a graduate from Morris College where he earned his Bachelor’s degree. Robert has extensive history in the…


  • Part 121 Liquid Industrial By-products

    Part 121 Liquid Industrial By-products

    As of March 16, 2016, amended Part 121 Liquid Industrial By-products went into effect. This is a state statute for Michigan and used to be called Liquid Industrial Waste. One of the changes was changing the title and any references from Liquid Industrial Waste to Liquid Industrial By-products. Another change…


  • Looking Back at the Charlotte, NC Facility

    Looking Back at the Charlotte, NC Facility

    Since its purchase of the hazardous waste treatment facility in Charlotte, North Carolina, DART long term strategy has been pursuing its mission to establish a first rate quality hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility to complement its non-hazardous processing plant in Detroit, Michigan. To achieve these goals DART has…


  • Economy in Charlotte, NC to Grow in 2016

    Economy in Charlotte, NC to Grow in 2016

    As a company located in Charlotte, NC we take an interest in the economy of the city and the state. Not only are we growing as a business, the city of Charlotte and the entire state of North Carolina is growing. Alex Cooley’s article Workforce by the Numbers: Charlotte economy…


  • 2015 EPA Haz Waste Management Updates

    2015 EPA Haz Waste Management Updates

    In the 1980’s the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA for short, launched the hazardous waste generator regulatory program which is known as the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The regulations in this program have undergone a few changes to improve the program. In September of 2015 the EPA published…