Managing waste requires trucking capability. Enviro Care owns and operates an extensive fleet of trucks and trailers needed for that work. We are licensed, permitted and insured to transport almost any hazardous material except those that are radioactive and explosive. Wastes which we typically haul include hydrocarbon-impacted soils, flammable or corrosive liquids, poisons, PCBs, RCRA-Hazardous debris and soils, asbestos, and materials RCRA-Hazardous for metals such as mercury, chromium and lead. Our fleet includes vacuum tankers, box-vans, end-dump trucks, and rolloff-boxes.
Enviro Care, EPA ID number UTD988074712, is licensed and insured hazardous waste transporter. Insurance coverage includes $1,000,000 Environmental Restoration Liability (MCS-90), $10,000,000 Excess Liability and $1,000,000 Commercial General Liability. Enviro Care holds ICC interstate authority and Utah intrastate hazardous authority. Power units are prorated in 31 states and have permits to transport hazardous waste in:
- New Mexico
(Many states do not require hazardous waste transporters to obtain permits)
All drivers are experienced and hold a valid Commercial Driver’s License with hazardous material and tank endorsements. They are trained in the proper and safe operation of equipment, materials handling, and have completed 40-hour OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER and DOT 172 subpart H Training. Enviro Care takes pride in offering on-time delivery with reasonable transportation and demurrage rates.