The most common waste types are non-hazardous wastes. Even though a waste may not be RCRA hazardous, it does not mean your business does not have regulatory requirements to manage it properly.

The team at CES has over a decade of experience in managing non-hazardous wastes to help ensure your facility remains compliant per the regulatory requirements. Our team will provide customized solutions for your non-hazardous wastes to provide you with responsive service, keep your costs down, and meet your regulatory requirements.

Non-hazardous wastes come in a wide variety of forms and we have developed an extensive network of solutions, so no matter what the waste you have is, we have a solution for you. Our network includes waste treatment options such as:

  • Recycling
  • Beneficial reuse
  • Waste-to-energy
  • Bio-digesters
  • Land application
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Stabilization
  • We are interested in looking into all of your unwanted industrial byproducts

Non-Hazardous Waste Treatment Options


Our waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste services capture the recoverable energy from processed wastes and make it thermally available as an alternative fuel source to fossil fuels. Not only does this reduce the amount of waste that goes to a landfill, it reduces our dependence on oil, coal, and natural gas.

Land Application

Land application or land spreading services for wastes, such as food processing wastes and other organic material, allow these types of wastes to be recycled into the land for efficient soil enrichment. Our field spreading and land application methods also reduce the amount of waste added to landfills and wastewater treatment facilities, providing our clients environmentally responsible waste recycling solutions.


Our bio-digester or anaerobic digester services recycle organic wastes by converting them into useable biofuels. Converted biofuels are an environmentally responsible option compared to fossil fuels and help preserve our natural resources.

For More Information

Waste is a natural byproduct of industry, but with proper planning and management, it can be dramatically reduced. We can help you assess your waste streams and develop a cost-effective disposal and waste treatment program for your business that protects the environment and your business.

Contact us by phone at (262) 800-8520 or email to discuss your industrial waste disposal and recycling needs with one of our team members.

(262) 800-8520

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