Most Michigan generators (haz & non-haz) will be required to have an EPA ID # as issued by the MDEQ. However with that said there are exceptions!
a) generators shipping solid non-hazardous waste containing no free liquids
b) generators who can be classified as "Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator" or CESQG
c) those who generate waste from a "Household" such as a homeowner
In Charlotte only Hazardous Waste generators need to have a EPA ID #.
Liquid "waste" chemicals (non-haz only) shipped to Detroit must be on a waste manifest. Non-haz chemicals that are solid and contain no free liquid can be shipped under a bill-of-lading (BOL).
Chemicals shipped as a product, not a waste, can be shipped under a BOL.
Charlotte is licensed to accept hazardous waste and non hazardous waste. View hazardous waste code list.
Detroit is licensed for non hazardous liquids, sludges and solids, including:
DART does not handle residential waste. We focus on industrial waste recycling, treatment and disposal.
Yes, DART provides on-site field services to help companies manage and dispose of industrial waste.
Yes, DART can provide a wide range of field services from demolition to remediation to clean up. In fact, the DART team has completed numerous Brownfield Redevelopment Projects.
Yes, DART provides a wide range of field services including on-site wastewater and liquids treatment, decommissioning, demolition, remediation, scrap removal, industrial cleaning and asbestos removal.