As the owner of a disaster recovery service, you may find yourself tasked with containing and removing toxic materials from buildings and properties that your company cleans. You cannot dispose of them in normal trash containers and leave them for the waste management company to pick up and haul away. You also cannot simply wash them down the drains or dump them in the yard to get rid of them.
Instead, you need to contain and haul away these toxic materials in a safe and responsible manner. You can accomplish this important obligation by using dump trailers that are designed to hold them.
The dump trailers that you can reserve for your cleanup work are built to hold biosolids and sludge that can be deadly to dispose of in any other manner. These materials can contain viruses, bacteria, and fungi that can be dangerous for people or the environment. They can spread illness and cause people to get sick or natural vegetation to die.
Instead of dumping them in a river or lake or spilling them in the yard, you can place them in dump trailers that are designed to contain them safely. When you place the toxic materials in them, you prevent them from leaking out onto the ground and into the air and water. You also prevent people from coming into contact with them.
The containers are designed to prevent dangerous leaks, in fact. They are made from materials that will not corrode, crack, or otherwise break because toxic materials are placed in them.
The dump trailers are also designed to be transported safely to the site where it is legal to dispose of biosolids and sludge. As the owner of the cleanup company, you have the legal responsibility of getting rid of these materials safely and without putting anyone or anything at risk. Instead of loading up and removing them on your own, you can rely on the company that leases dump trailers to empty the trailers for you.
The company's workers know how to remove the dump trailers safely without causing materials to spill out of them. You avoid EPA fines for contaminating the properties where you work.
Dump trailers can be important to use when you clean up toxic materials. You can dispose of biosolids and sludge responsibly. You can also have them transported and emptied for you.
Contact a company like Duffield Hauling Inc to learn more.