Waste Characterization and Profiling

Properly identifying and keeping track of your waste streams is critical and it is required by law.
Texas Environmental Remediation provides waste characterization and profiling assistance to help you determine waste characteristics, hazardous versus non-hazardous, and make certain the proper disposal is selected.

This can significantly help reduce your cost and more importantly, keeps you compliant with state regulations.

Importance of waste characterizing and profiling

From sampling to working directly with the testing laboratories and disposal facilities, Texas Environmental Remediation can ensure you are meeting federal and state regulations. Waste profiling is the responsibility of the generator and Texas Environmental Remediation is on your side to take care of waste profiling for you.

How do you profile waste?

Waste is anything that is unwanted and is generally characterized by types that are hazardous and non-hazardous. By profiling and characterizing, you can identify the kind of materials in water and soil. When disposing of your waste, there is always a need to know the elements such as paper, glass, food items, plastics, and also any clothing material. Characterizing and profiling is the best idea since it helps to set up the best recycling procedures of the various waste materials.


Benefits of waste characterizing and profiling

Proper labeling of containers

When the waste is characterized according to the type – it will be easier for Texas Environmental Remediation to dispose of materials properly. Waste is usually profile before taken or cleaned.

Help to prepare shipping papers and inventory lists

Identifying the contents of containers – with proper labeling will help with waste disposal and possibly recycling.

Helps  to establish the best treatment and disposal method

In most cases, waste is usually disposed off. Different kinds of waste material have different strategies of eliminating or even how to treat it. While you have already characterized according to type, it will be elementary to decide which waste to dispose off and which to manage.

Transport waste to an approved disposal facility

Before you dispose your waste, you need to know what kind of trash you have. You need to ensure that you only have the disposable waste with you so you may get approved. Profiling will make work easier at all times.

You need to characterize your waste to know what kind of a waste to dispose of and which one to treat. Know that you can do it yourself or call a specialist who will assist you. Several bodies exist that will charge you a little amount of money to characterize your waste.