Inorganic & Organic Waste Treatment
Inorganic and organic waste contaminated with hydrocarbons are two such wastes that are prevalent in heavy-industry across Canada.
When most people think of industrial waste, they envision metal barrels with a hazardous waste symbol on the outside. However, industrial waste exists in many forms, including in industrial wastewater. Inorganic and organic waste contaminated with hydrocarbons are two such wastes that are prevalent in heavy-industry across Canada. Inorganic waste, which is a chemical substance of mineral origin, derives from:
- Soil, sand or grit
- Salt and other ice-melting agents
- Plastic materials
- Chemical cleaners, scrubbers or acids
- And many more
Inorganic wastes are highly virulent and can adversely affect aquatic life. At Aevitas, we recognize the need to treat both inorganic and organic wastes in industrial wastewater settings, which is why we offer inorganic and organic waste treatment services. For both inorganic and organic waste, our industrial wastewater treatment facility is key to long-term industrial waste management solutions. Our fleet of vehicles can transport wastewater from your industrial premises to our industrial wastewater treatment facility in large or small loads.
Our innovative inorganic and organic waste treatment process achieves industrial wastewater levels that meet government-regulated approval for discharge. Our industrial wastewater recycling facilities are operated in strict compliance with municipal, provincial and federal permits and regulations, and are focused on minimizing any adverse operational impacts to the communities we serve. Reducing your industrial businesses inorganic and organic waste should not be difficult or time consuming. We make it simple, clean and convenient for your organization to participate in our environmental initiative. Our inorganic and organic waste treatment practices are unique and cost effective, and can be customized to suit your specific industrial application. Get in touch with us today to learn just how we can assist you with your inorganic and organic waste treatment needs.