Resource Management Services
It is difficult today to know if you are making the right decisions when it comes to waste management. There are a dizzying number of government regulations with which you must comply, as well your own company's sustainability policies. Beyond that, there is the concern for doing what is right for the communities you serve and the environment as a whole. Responsibly managing waste disposal is one way to help make a difference, and our co-processing experts are committed to helping you find the best solutions for your situation. An added benefit to actively managing your waste stream is the cost reduction that can be realized and delivered to your bottom line.Evaluation
The first step in making wiser use of your waste stream is an on-site evaluation of your entire waste management process. Your Geocycle co-processing expert will work with you to identify waste reduction techniques you can use to maximize the materials you send for recycling. Other materials that typically could end up in an incinerator or landfill are assessed for their ability to be co-processed.
Our technicians thoroughly analyze your wastes in our laboratories and identify materials that can be co-processed, rather than sent to a landfill or incinerator. For energy recapture, we evaluate the wastes' ability to be converted to a consistent fuel source, which is critical for reuse as an efficient alternative to conventional fuels. Approved samples are stored for comparison to actual waste shipments for composition matching. If successfully matched, the waste shipment is accepted and Geocycle then directs it through the appropriate waste management process.
Testing services are available to customers for analyzing a wide range of materials and are available through our central laboratory as a separate service if so desired.
As a Geocycle partner, you receive full program management of your waste stream, including on-site services such as materials classification, materials management and preparation for shipment, as well as transportation, storage and secure destruction of waste.