Experience

American Waste Management Services is a fully integrated company capable of handling virtually any environmental need. We audit fully licensed and permitted hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal or treatment facilities, incineration facilities, third-party transportation companies, remediation contractors, environmental engineering companies and environmental laboratories. AWMS is one of the few firms in the country providing full-service waste management services. Our experience includes:

Air Force Base Project

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  • 25,000 tons of non-hazardous, RCRA, and PCB soil.
  • Utilized 4 separate hazardous and non-hazardous landfills.
  • Utilized 6 separate transporters.
    • Drivers required weekly passes to gain access to the site.
  • AWMS managed all aspects of this project including: scheduling 60 loads per day from the site, site and transporter approval, manifesting, and billing with backup documentation.
  • AWMS was able to manage this project without demurrage charge, even though the job was routinely shut down for Air Force traffic.

Government Project in New Jersey

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  • 40,000 tons of TSCA and 1,000 tons of mixed RCRA/TSCA.
  • Material was transported via rail.
  • AWMS managed all aspects of this project including waste approval, coordination of loading, scheduling transporters to the rail site, manifesting, and billing with backup documentation.

Aeronautics Launch Pad Project

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  • 10,000 tons of non-hazardous material from launch pad.
  • Transporters required pre-qualification, proof of citizenship and entry badges.
  • Non-hazardous landfill was new and required qualification and site visit.
  • AWMS managed all aspects of this project including: scheduling, site and transporter approval, manifesting, and billing with backup documentation.
  • This job was very logistics driven.

Future Gas Site Project

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  • 7,829 tons of RCRA hazardous waste, 782 loads.
  • Transportation only to non-hazardous landfill of 8,621 tons, 460 loads.
  • Utilized 8 separate trucking companies.
  • Scheduling required roll-off loads delivered by 10:00 am and dumps delivered by 9:00 pm in 20 minute increments because of facility mix tank.
  •  Project took place in 4th quarter and 1st quarter. Therefore, weather played a significant role in scheduling.
  • Project had 0 incidents or no loads.
  • AWMS managed all aspects of this project including: scheduling, site and transporter approval, manifesting, and billing with backup documentation.