Waste Management landfills are part of a large network of collection, transfer, recycling and disposal operations - all committed to preserving the environment while providing the most comprehensive, cost-effective means of waste disposal.
Our landfills are designed and operated under highly regulated guidelines. Each facility employs stringent environmental controls to meet or exceed federal, state and local regulations, and to provide maximum protection for surface and ground water.
Chemical Waste Management of the Northwest
As part of one of the largest network of landfills in the industry, Chemical Waste Management of the NW utilizes state-of-the-art liners, leachate collection, ground water monitoring and gas control systems, along with highly effective operational procedures, to ensure a pristine environment.
Designed and operated under highly regulated and prescribed procedures, our landfill is engineered to protect surface and ground water through the highest environmental control. We carefully maintain our site to ensure we meet or exceed all federal, state and local regulations.
Site Type and Service
RCRA/TSCA Subtitle C Landfill
- Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
- Spent Potliner Treatment
- Solar Evaporation
- Reactive Metals Treatment
- PCB Drain and Flush
- PCB Storage
- PCB Solid Landfill
- Bulk Storage
- Drum Storage/Transfer
- Rail Served
- Composite HD PE liner system
- Leachate collection and removal system
- Single point of access, perimeter fencing
- US EPA Part B Permit # ORD 089 452 353
- 251 acres presently used for Waste Management activities
- TSCA, RCRA, Non-RCRA, CERCLA
- CAMU Eligible Materials
- Septic Sludge
- Animal Carcasses